Electron and neutron electric dipole moments in the constrained MSSM

  title={Electron and neutron electric dipole moments in the constrained MSSM},
  author={Alfred Bartl and Thomas Gajdosik and Werner Porod and Peter Stockinger and Hanns Stremnitzer},
  journal={Physical Review D},
We analyze the effects of $\mathrm{CP}$-violating phases on the electric dipole moment (EDM) of the electron and neutron in the constrained minimal supersymmetric model. We find that the phases ${\ensuremath{\varphi}}_{\ensuremath{\mu}}$ and ${\ensuremath{\varphi}}_{{A}_{0}}$ have to be strongly correlated, in particular for small values of the SUSY mass parameters. We calculate the neutron EDM in two different models, the quark-parton model and the chiral quark model. It turns out that the… 

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