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There are other amusing possibilities. (a) The B-L symmetry may not be a symmetry of the theory at all, as in SU(5) with a 15. 20 This is pheno- menologically similar to a. (c) The B-L may be a global symmetry which is spontaneously broken at a large scale (~,MG)' Then there is a very weakly coupled Goldstone boson, called the Majoron by Chicashige, Mohapatra and . 21 wh 0 f 1rst . d 1scusse . d t h 1S. Pecce1, Except for the Majoron, which is invisible if the scale is MG, this is phenomenlogically identical to (a) and (b).
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