Grand unification at intermediate mass scales through extra dimensions

@article{Dienes1998GrandUA,
  title={Grand unification at intermediate mass scales through extra dimensions},
  author={Keith R. Dienes and Emilian Dudas and Tony Gherghetta},
  journal={Nuclear Physics},
  year={1998},
  volume={537},
  pages={47-108}
}
Abstract One of the drawbacks of conventional grand unification scenarios has been that the unification scale is too high to permit direct exploration. In this paper, we show that the unification scale can be significantly lowered (perhaps even to the TeV scale) through the appearance of extra space-time dimensions. Such extra dimensions are a natural consequence of string theories with large-radius compactifications. We show that extra space-time dimensions naturally lead to gauge coupling… Expand
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