{\Large{\bf Higgs or Neutral Vector Boson Production with a $W$ Pair in {\LARGE $γγ$} Collisions}}

Physics – High Energy Physics – High Energy Physics - Phenomenology

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ENSLAPP-A-430/93, 14 pages, plus 6 figures available through mail or fax upon request

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10.1016/0370-2693(93)91011-B

Exploiting the fact that $W$ pair production in high-energy $\gamma \gamma$ collisions is very large, we use this process to trigger Higgs, $Z$ or photon radiation. We find that there are sizeable rising cross-sections for triple bosons production. At energies about $1TeV$ the new mechanism for Higgs production becomes very competitive with the dominant Higgs production processes in $e^+e^-$ and $e \gamma$ reactions. The effect of different polarized photon spectra obtained through back-scattered laser light on the electron beam of a linear collider is investigated . We give a special attention to the search of the intermediate mass Higgs in $WWH$ production and discuss how to effectively suppress the backgrounds.

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