# $Z$ observables and the effective weak mixing angle in the MSSM

@inproceedings{Dedes1998ZOA, title={\$Z\$ observables and the effective weak mixing angle in the MSSM}, author={A. Dedes and A. Lahanas and K. Tamvakis}, year={1998} }

The predictions of the MSSM are discussed in the light of recent LEP and SLD precision data. The full supersymmetric one loop corrections to the effective weak mixing angle, experimentally determined in LEP and SLD experiments, are considered. It is demonstrated, both analytically and numerically, that, potentially dangerous, large logarithmic sparticle corrections are cancelled. The relative difference factor \Delta k between the mixing angle defined as a ratio of couplings and the… Expand

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