By Nodoka Yamanaka
In this thesis the writer discusses the phenomenology of supersymmetric versions by way of experimental information set research of the electrical dipole second. there's an overview of the trouble-free techniques contributing to the electrical dipole moments inside R-parity-violating supersymmetry, which demand higher-order perturbative computations.
A new strategy in accordance with linear programming is constructed and for the 1st time the non-trivial parameter area of R-parity violation respecting the restrictions from current experimental information of the electrical dipole second is printed. to boot, the extraordinary potency of the hot strategy in scanning the parameter house of the R-parity-violating area is successfully verified. This new strategy makes it attainable to extract from the experimental information a extra trustworthy constraint at the R-parity violation.
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First, the scalar potential gets vacuum expectation values in the directions of ν˜ Ri , ˜ h 0u and h 0 . These vacuum expectation values break the lepton number, thus S˜i , Φ, d generating the effective bilinear RPV interaction (both the superpotential and the soft breaking lagrangian). This can also be redefined in a basis with the RPV trilinear superpotential and the vacuum expectation value of the sneutrinos. Note that this spontaneous breakdown of R-parity does not change the proton life time since the superpotential of Eq.
Constraints from Precision Tests: Lepton Flavor Violating Process Some combinations of RPV interactions are tightly constrained by lepton flavor violating processes. Here we present the example of the flavor changing radiative decay of charged lepton l → l ∝ γ [13–16, 25] (see Fig. 5). 7) where k (= 1, 2, 3) and n (= 1, 2) denote the generation of charged leptons. Constraints from Precision Tests: Rare Hadron Decays Hadron decays are very sensitive probe of RPV interactions since they receive contribution from the four-fermion interaction generated from R-parity violation [13–16, Fig.
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