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Lightest Supersymmetric Particle is a Self-Conjugated Neutral Electron

@article{Puccini2017LightestSP,
  title={Lightest Supersymmetric Particle is a Self-Conjugated Neutral Electron},
  author={A. Puccini},
  journal={viXra},
  year={2017}
}
Analyzing the neutron decay, or beta-decay (Bd), our calculations and evaluations show that the 3rd particle emitted with the Bd (required by Pauli and Fermi to compensate for a noticeable energy gap) can be identified in an electron free of electric charge, that is a neutral electron: e° (instead of a neutrino). In the various Supersymmetric Models, there is the existence of a particle with a limited mass, which can never collapse in a lighter particle: the so-called Lightest Supersymmetric… Expand
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