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The sfermion-mass spectrum of the MSSM at the one-loop level

  • W. Hollik
  • H. Rzehak
theoretical physics

Abstract.

The sfermion-mass spectrum of the minimal supersymmetric standard model is investigated at the one-loop level. An on-shell scheme has been specified for renormalization of the basic breaking parameters of the sfermionic sector. Owing to SU(2)-invariance, the soft-breaking mass parameters of the left-chiral scalar fermions of each isospin doublet are identical. Thus, one of the sfermion masses of each doublet can be expressed in terms of the other masses and receives a mass shift at the one-loop level with respect to the lowest-order value, which can be of O(10 GeV). Both strong and electroweak contributions have been calculated for scalar quarks and leptons.

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Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model Mass Parameter Mass Shift Breaking Parameter Sfermion Masse 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • W. Hollik
    • 1
  • H. Rzehak
    • 1
  1. 1.Max-Planck-Institut für PhysikMünchenGermany

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