Signatures of supersymmetry and a Lμ−Lτ gauge boson at Belle-II

  title={Signatures of supersymmetry and a 
 gauge boson at Belle-II},
  author={Heerak Banerjee and Sourov Roy},
  journal={Physical Review D},
We propose that the $\gamma + E \hspace{-.5em}/\;\:$ signal at the Belle-II will be a smoking gun for supersymmetry (SUSY) in the presence of a gauged $U(1)_{L_{\mu}-L_{\tau}}$ symmetry. A striking consequence of breaking the enhanced symmetry in the limit of degenerate (s)leptons is the non-decoupling of the radiative contribution of heavy charged sleptons, appearing in SUSY, to the $\gamma - Z^\prime$ kinetic mixing. The signal process, $e^+ e^- \rightarrow \gamma Z^\prime \rightarrow \gamma… 

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