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  • supersymmetric — adjective /suːpəsɪˈmɛtɹɪk/ Pertaining to supersymmetry. See Also: axino, chargino, gluino, gravitino, neutralino, photino, wino, zino …   Wiktionary

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  • Supersymmetric quantum mechanics — In theoretical physics, supersymmetric quantum mechanics is an area of research where mathematical concepts from high energy physics are applied to the seemingly more prosaic field of quantum mechanics. IntroductionUnderstanding the consequences… …   Wikipedia

  • Supersymmetric gauge theory — mathcal{N}=1 SUSY in 4D (with 4 real generators) = In theoretical physics, one often analyzes theories with supersymmetry which also haveinternal gauge symmetries. So, it is important to come up with a supersymmetric generalizationof gauge… …   Wikipedia

  • Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model — Beyond the Standard Model Standard Model …   Wikipedia

  • Lightest Supersymmetric Particle — In particle physics, the Lightest Supersymmetric Particle (LSP) is the generic name given to the lightest of the additional hypothetical particles found in supersymmetric models. In models with R parity conservation, the LSP is stable. There is… …   Wikipedia

  • Lightest supersymmetric particle — Das (bislang hypothetische) LSP ist das leichteste supersymmetrische Teilchen, das lightest supersymmetric particle in der Supersymmetrie. Es hat die für supersymmetrische Teilchen charakteristische R Parität . In Modelltheorien, in denen die R… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Supersymmetry — In particle physics, supersymmetry (often abbreviated SUSY) is a symmetry that relates elementary particles of one spin to another particle that differs by half a unit of spin and are known as superpartners. In other words, in a supersymmetric… …   Wikipedia

  • Neutralino — Symbol N͂0 1, N͂0 2, N͂0 3 …   Wikipedia

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