Dynamical R -parity violation

Csaba Csáki, Eric Kuflik, Tomer Volansky

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Abstract

We present a new paradigm for supersymmetric theories with R-parity violation (RPV). At high scale, R parity is conserved in the visible sector but spontaneously broken in the supersymmetry-breaking sector. The breaking is then dynamically mediated to the visible sector and is manifested via nonrenormalizable operators at low energy. Consequently, RPV operators originate from the Kähler potential rather than the superpotential, and are naturally suppressed by the supersymmetry-breaking scale, explaining their small magnitudes. A new set of nonholomorphic RPV operators is identified and found to often dominate over the standard RPV ones. We study the relevant low-energy constraints arising from baryon-number violating processes, proton decay, and flavor changing neutral currents, which may all be satisfied if a solution to the standard model flavor puzzle is incorporated. The chiral structure of the RPV operators implies new and distinct collider signatures, indicating the need to alter current techniques in searching for RPV at the LHC.

Original languageEnglish
Article number131801
JournalPhysical Review Letters
Volume112
Issue number13
DOIs
StatePublished - 2 Apr 2014

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