Predictions for energy distribution and polarization of the positron from the polarized muon decay
Abstract: The pure lepton decay of the polarized muon is considered, accounting for a new tensor interaction which is outside of the Michel local interactions. This interaction leads to new energy distribution and polarization of the final charged lepton. The presence of such a type of interaction is strongly required for the description of the latest experimental results on the weak radiative pion decay in the full kinematic region. Assuming quark–lepton universality, predictions for a deviation from the Standard Model are made using only one new parameter. They do not contradict the present experimental data and can be verified further in the on-going experiments at PSI and TRIUMF, at least to the level of 3 standard deviations.
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