Proton stability in grand unified theories, in strings and in branes

  title={Proton stability in grand unified theories, in strings and in branes},
  author={P. Nāth and P. F. P{\'e}rez},
  journal={Physics Reports},
  • P. Nāth, P. F. Pérez
  • Published 2007
  • Physics
  • Physics Reports
  • Abstract A broad overview of the current status of proton stability in unified models of particle interactions is given which includes non-supersymmetric unification, SUSY and SUGRA unified models, unification based on extra dimensions, and string-M-theory models. The extra dimensional unification includes 5D and 6D and universal extra dimensional (UED) models, and models based on warped geometry. Proton stability in a wide array of string theory and M theory models is reviewed. These include… CONTINUE READING

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