There are some mistakes I think in the figure of Wikipedia on particle interactions in standard model: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mathematical_formulation_of_the_Standard_Model#Alternative_presentations_of_the_fields

It is more precise if we represent the particles in terms of left-handed doublet or right-handed singlet --- **question --- are there such cartoon figures available that correctly reflect the elementary particle interactions?**

**Some Mistakes:**

The $Z$ boson does interact with the photon $\gamma$ through the tree level with two $W$ bosons -- but this figure shows no such interactions.

The $Z$ boson does interact with the $Z$ boson through the tree level with two $W$ bosons --
but this figure shows no such interactions.

The photon $\gamma$ does interact with the photon $\gamma$ through the tree level with two $W$ bosons --
but this figure shows no such interactions.

e.g. To justify the mistakes 1 and 2 and 3, we can take X and Y to be $Z$ and or the photon $\gamma$, the tree level interaction shows img src="https://i.stack.imgur.com/9W7NL.png" alt="For mistakes 1 and 2 and 3, we can take X and Y to be $\gamma$ " />

- Moreover, I am not sure how The charged leptons electrons interact with neutrinos -- it only occurs when we have the leptons in the doublet of weak SU(2)?
**In that case, it is more precise if we represent the particles in terms of left-handed doublet or right-handed singlet (so we can see what left-handed or right-handed particles interacting with --- are there such cartoon figures available that correctly reflect the elementary particle interactions?**

This post imported from StackExchange Physics at 2020-11-30 15:27 (UTC), posted by SE-user annie marie heart