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# Gaugino pair production at LHC for the case of nonuniversal gaugino masses

@article{Bityukov1999GauginoPP,
title={Gaugino pair production at LHC for the case of nonuniversal gaugino masses},
author={Sergei I. Bityukov and N. V. Krasnikov},
journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
year={1999}
}
• Published 29 March 1999
• Physics
• arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology
We investigate \chi^{+/-}_1 \chi^0_2 pair production at LHC (CMS) with subsequent decays into leptons for the case of nonuniversal gaugino masses. Visibility of signal by an excess over SM background in 3 leptons + no jet + E^{miss}_T events depends rather strongly on the relation between LSP mass \chi^0_1 and \chi^{+/-}_1 mass. We also give some preliminary results on the investigation of squark and gluino production at LHC for the case of nonuniversal gaugino masses.
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