Predictions of SU(9) orbifold family unification

  title={Predictions of SU(9) orbifold family unification},
  author={Yuhei Goto and Y. Kawamura},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
Abstract We study predictions of orbifold family unification models with SU ( 9 ) gauge group on a six-dimensional space–time including the orbifold T 2 / Z 2 , and obtain relations among sfermion masses in the supersymmetric extension of models. The models have an excellent feature that just three families of the standard model fermions exist in a pair of Weyl fermions in the 84 representation as four-dimensional zero modes, without accompanying any mirror particles. 
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