I was studying the interaction of Higgs field with the Right-Handed particles, and I don't know how to determine the quantum numbers before and after the boson W+- interaction with the component of Higgs scalar Field (h0).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I am following the Halzen's book.

The h0 has the following quantum numbers:

Isospin = 1/2 ;

Y= 1

Isospin3=-1/2;

The example on the book is related with er (electron right handed) that after interaction with h0 becomes el(electron left handed). But for w+ interaction with h0, there is no reference to w+ quantum number.

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# Is there a w+(L or R)?

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