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That's my first thread and I apologize for my bad English, but there's a question in my mind that makes me crazy...

At the moment I'm working on Unparticle Physics especially on the coupling between the SM Higgs sector and the unparticle sector.

There is a paper by Fox, Rajaraman and Shirman called "Bounds on Unparticles from the Higgs Sector" (arXiv:0705.3092), where they say that once the Higgs acquires a vev, the Higgs Operator introduces a scale into the Conformal Theory and the theory will become non-conformal at a certain scale.

That kind of makes sense to me, but I can't figure out a strikt mathematically statement for that phenomenon.

Maybe someone can help me out with a Idea, how to show this breaking of scale invariance exactly.

I thank you!

Tack

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# Unparticle Physics and Higgs Sector

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