We investigate indirect phenomenological bounds on anomalous three-gauge-boson couplings. We do so by systematically determining their one-loop implications for precision electroweak experiments. We find that these loop-induced effects cannot be parametrized purely in terms of the parameters S,T, and U. Like some other authors, we find many cancellations among the loop-induced effects, and we show how to cast the low-energy effective theory into a form which makes these cancellations manifest at the outset. In a simultaneous fit of all CP-conserving anomalous three-gauge-boson couplings, our analysis finds only weak phenomenological constraints.

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Persistent URL dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.50.7011
Journal Physical Review D
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Burgess, C.P., Godfrey, S, König, H. (Heinz), London, D. (David), & Maksymyk, I. (Ivan). (1994). Bounding anomalous gauge-boson couplings. Physical Review D, 50(11), 7011–7024. doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.50.7011