Supersymmetric contributions to the decay of an extra $Z$ boson

@article{Gherghetta1998SupersymmetricCT,
  title={Supersymmetric contributions to the decay of an extra \$Z\$ boson},
  author={Tony Gherghetta and Thomas Kaeding and Gordon L. Kane},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={1998},
  volume={57},
  pages={3178-3181}
}
We analyze in detail the supersymmetric contributions to the decay of an extra Z boson in effective rank 5 models, including the important effect of D terms on sfermion masses. The inclusion of supersymmetric decay channels will reduce the Z{sup {prime}} branching ratio to standard model particles, resulting in lower Z{sup {prime}} mass limits than those often quoted. In particular, the supersymmetric parameter space motivated by the recent Fermilab ee{gamma}{gamma} event and other suggestive… Expand

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