CP violation in X_1^0 X_2^0 production at a linear collider

@article{AguilarSaavedra2004CPVI,
  title={CP violation in X_1^0 X_2^0 production at a linear collider},
  author={J. A. Aguilar-Saavedra},
  journal={Nuclear Physics},
  year={2004}
}
We discuss the observability of CP-violating asymmetries in the process e+ e- -> X_1^0 X_2^0 -> X_1^0 X_1^0 l+ l-, with l = e,mu. We consider two examples of supersymmetric scenarios: (i) with decays X_2^0 -> l_R l -> X_1^0 l+ l-; (ii) with X_2^0 three-body decays. The asymmetries can be of order 0.1 but they are partially washed out by the large backgrounds from W+ W- and slepton pair production, being the observed asymmetries one order of magnitude smaller. However, with appropriate… Expand
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