Predictions for Proton Lifetime in Minimal Non-Supersymmetric SO(10) Models: An Update

@inproceedings{DGLee1994PredictionsFP,
  title={Predictions for Proton Lifetime in Minimal Non-Supersymmetric SO(10) Models: An Update},
  author={D.G.Lee and R.N.Mohapatra and M.K.Parida and M.Rani},
  year={1994}
}
We present our best estimates of the uncertainties due to heavy particle threshold corrections on the unification scale $M_U$, intermediate scale $M_I$ and coupling constant Alpha_U in the minimal non-supersymmetric SO(10) models. Using these , we update the predictions for proton life-time in these models. 
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