The general considerations of the previous paper are applied to a specific model based on SO(10)×U(1)PQ. Quark and lepton mass relations are discussed. Weak mixing angles and CP violation are computed in terms of the top-quark mass and two effective vacuum phase angles. The predictions fall within experimentally allowed limits for a range of variation of these parameters. More precise experimental data will allow a three-parameter fit of our results and lead to predictions on B-meson physics, rare decay modes, etc.
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- Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)