Is there a hot electroweak phase transition at m(H )greater than or similar to m(W)?

Kajantie K, Laine M, Rummukainen K, Shaposhnikov ME (1996)
Physical Review Letters 77(14): 2887-2890.

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We provide nonperturbative evidence for the fact that there is no hot first or second order electroweak phase transition at large Higgs masses, m(H) = 95, 120, and 180 GeV. This means that the Line of first order phase transitions separating the symmetric and broken phases at small m(H) has an end point m(H,c). In the minimal standard electroweak theory 70 < m(H,c) < 95 GeV and most likely m(H,c) approximate to 80 GeV. If the electroweak theory is weakly coupled and the Higgs boson is found to be heavier than the critical value (which depends on the theory in question), cosmological remnants from the electroweak epoch are improbable.
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Kajantie K, Laine M, Rummukainen K, Shaposhnikov ME. Is there a hot electroweak phase transition at m(H )greater than or similar to m(W)? Physical Review Letters. 1996;77(14):2887-2890.
Kajantie, K., Laine, M., Rummukainen, K., & Shaposhnikov, M. E. (1996). Is there a hot electroweak phase transition at m(H )greater than or similar to m(W)? Physical Review Letters, 77(14), 2887-2890. doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.77.2887
Kajantie, K., Laine, M., Rummukainen, K., and Shaposhnikov, M. E. (1996). Is there a hot electroweak phase transition at m(H )greater than or similar to m(W)? Physical Review Letters 77, 2887-2890.
Kajantie, K., et al., 1996. Is there a hot electroweak phase transition at m(H )greater than or similar to m(W)? Physical Review Letters, 77(14), p 2887-2890.
K. Kajantie, et al., “Is there a hot electroweak phase transition at m(H )greater than or similar to m(W)?”, Physical Review Letters, vol. 77, 1996, pp. 2887-2890.
Kajantie, K., Laine, M., Rummukainen, K., Shaposhnikov, M.E.: Is there a hot electroweak phase transition at m(H )greater than or similar to m(W)? Physical Review Letters. 77, 2887-2890 (1996).
Kajantie, K, Laine, Mikko, Rummukainen, K, and Shaposhnikov, Mikhail E. “Is there a hot electroweak phase transition at m(H )greater than or similar to m(W)?”. Physical Review Letters 77.14 (1996): 2887-2890.
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