CP violating bubble wall profiles

Huber SJ, John P, Laine M, Schmidt MG (2000)
Physics Letters B 475(1-2): 104-110.

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We solve the equations of motion for a CP violating phase between the two Higgs doublets at the bubble wall of the MSSM electroweak phase transition. Contrary to earlier suggestions, we do not find indications of spontaneous "transitional" CP violation in the MSSM. On the other hand, in case there is explicit CP violation in the stop and chargino/neutralino sectors, the relative phase between the Higgses does become space dependent, but only mildly even in the maximal case. We also demonstrate that spontaneous CP violation within the bubble wall could occur, e.g., if the Higgs sector of the MSSM were supplemented by a singlet. Finally we point out some implications for baryogenesis computations. (C) 2000 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
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Huber SJ, John P, Laine M, Schmidt MG. CP violating bubble wall profiles. Physics Letters B. 2000;475(1-2):104-110.
Huber, S. J., John, P., Laine, M., & Schmidt, M. G. (2000). CP violating bubble wall profiles. Physics Letters B, 475(1-2), 104-110.
Huber, S. J., John, P., Laine, M., and Schmidt, M. G. (2000). CP violating bubble wall profiles. Physics Letters B 475, 104-110.
Huber, S.J., et al., 2000. CP violating bubble wall profiles. Physics Letters B, 475(1-2), p 104-110.
S.J. Huber, et al., “CP violating bubble wall profiles”, Physics Letters B, vol. 475, 2000, pp. 104-110.
Huber, S.J., John, P., Laine, M., Schmidt, M.G.: CP violating bubble wall profiles. Physics Letters B. 475, 104-110 (2000).
Huber, SJ, John, P, Laine, Mikko, and Schmidt, MG. “CP violating bubble wall profiles”. Physics Letters B 475.1-2 (2000): 104-110.
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