Grand unification in high-scale supersymmetry

@article{Hisano2013GrandUI,
  title={Grand unification in high-scale supersymmetry},
  author={Junji Hisano and Takumi Kuwahara and Natsumi Nagata},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={2013},
  volume={723},
  pages={324-329}
}
Abstract A constraint on masses of superheavy gauge and Higgs multiplets at the grand unification (GUT) scale is obtained from the gauge coupling unification in the case of high-scale supersymmetry. We found that all of the particles may lie around a scale of 10 16 GeV so that the threshold corrections to the gauge coupling constants at the GUT scale are smaller than those in the case of the low-energy supersymmetry. In addition, the GUT scale tends to be slightly lower when the gauginos are… Expand

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