The Ising model universality of the electroweak theory

Kajantie K, Laine M, Rummukainen K, Shaposhnikov M, Tsypin M (1999)
Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements 73(1-3): 653-655.

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Lattice simulations have shown that the first order electroweak phase transition turns into a regular cross-over at a critical Higgs mass m(H,c). We have developed a method which enables us to make a detailed investigation of the critical properties of the electroweak theory at m(H,c). We find that the transition falls into the 3d Ising universality class. The continuum limit extrapolation of the critical Higgs mass is m(H,c) = 72(2) GeV, which implies that there is no electroweak phase transition in the Standard Model.
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Kajantie K, Laine M, Rummukainen K, Shaposhnikov M, Tsypin M. The Ising model universality of the electroweak theory. Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements. 1999;73(1-3):653-655.
Kajantie, K., Laine, M., Rummukainen, K., Shaposhnikov, M., & Tsypin, M. (1999). The Ising model universality of the electroweak theory. Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements, 73(1-3), 653-655.
Kajantie, K., Laine, M., Rummukainen, K., Shaposhnikov, M., and Tsypin, M. (1999). The Ising model universality of the electroweak theory. Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements 73, 653-655.
Kajantie, K., et al., 1999. The Ising model universality of the electroweak theory. Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements, 73(1-3), p 653-655.
K. Kajantie, et al., “The Ising model universality of the electroweak theory”, Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements, vol. 73, 1999, pp. 653-655.
Kajantie, K., Laine, M., Rummukainen, K., Shaposhnikov, M., Tsypin, M.: The Ising model universality of the electroweak theory. Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements. 73, 653-655 (1999).
Kajantie, K, Laine, Mikko, Rummukainen, K, Shaposhnikov, M, and Tsypin, M. “The Ising model universality of the electroweak theory”. Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements 73.1-3 (1999): 653-655.
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