Gluino Signatures and Discovery when R-Parity is Broken
The signature for gluino pair production at a hadron collider that has received the greatest attention is large missing energy. For this signature to be appropriate two requirements must be met: i) there must be a significant branching ratio for a gluino to decay directly to the lightest supersymmetric particle (LSP); and ii) the LSP must be stable, thereby appearing as missing energy in the detector.
KeywordsYukawa Coupling Light Supersymmetric Particle Light Supersymmetric Particle Decay Gluino Gluino Pair Production
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