Low-Energy Effective Lagrangian from Non-Minimal Supergravity with Unified Gauge Symmetry release_qc44y5tqz5chbi7b4esfbvjfqm

by Yoshiharu Kawamura

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Abstract

From general supergravity theory with unified gauge symmetry, we obtain the low-energy effective Lagrangian by taking the flat limit and integrating out the superheavy fields in model-independent manner. The scalar potential possesses some excellent features. Some light fields classified by using supersymmetric fermion mass, in general, would get intermediate masses at the tree level after the supersymmetry is broken. We show that the stability of weak scale can be guaranteed under some conditions. There exist extra non-universal contributions to soft supersymmetry breaking terms which can give an impact on phenomenological study.
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Date   1995-08-14
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