Submissions from A. M. Kord Zangeneh

[1]  faKiv:2009.08104 [pdf]
Parallel Snelling of the Higgs Boson
Comments: 12 pages, 3 figures

In the presence of the Higgs field, the quark-gluon plasma behaves as a vacuum with a thermal wakefield. Moreover, the vacuum is dominated by a duality between the Higgs field and the electroweak potential. The duality species is a two-step process: one is the quark-gluon plasma, which is a vacuum with a thermal wakefield, and the other is the Higgs field vacuum, which is a vacuum with a weak electroweak potential. The vacuum is thus a mirror in which the Higgs field and the electroweak potential are represented. We show that this mirror can be used to directly compute the Snell equation of the Higgs field and its interaction with the electroweak potential. We discuss the analytic solution of the Snell equation.