Tau Leptons and Top Quarks in A ‘Non-Local’ Baryogenesis At the Electroweak Phase Transition
Baryon asymmetry can be generated at the first order electroweak phase transition, provided there is a CP violation on the bubble wall. In this report we discuss the role of leptons and quarks in the ‘non-local’ baryogenesis mechanism.
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