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Light Squarks and Gluinos at TeV-scale $e^+e^-$ Colliders

  title={Light Squarks and Gluinos at TeV-scale \$e^+e^-\$ Colliders},
  author={Thomas G. Rizzo},
In the general MSSM, first and second generation squarks and gluinos may be sufficiently light to be produced and studied at e{sup +}e{sup -} colliders operating in the 0.5-1 TeV energy range. After a reminder that the MSSM is not the same as mSUGRA, we provide a brief overview of these possibilities within this more general framework. Squarks and gluinos may be light enough to be produced at an e{sup +}e{sup -} collider operating in the 0.5-1 TeV energy range in non-mSUGRA SUSY breaking… 
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