# The SUGRA Quintessence Model Coupled to the MSSM

@article{Martin2006TheSQ, title={The SUGRA Quintessence Model Coupled to the MSSM}, author={Philippe BraxJerome Martin}, journal={arXiv: Astrophysics}, year={2006} }

We study the cosmological evolution of the universe when quintessence is modeled within supergravity, supersymmetry is broken in a hidden sector, and we also include observable matter in a third independent sector. We find that the presence of hidden sector supersymmetry breaking leads to modifications of the quintessence potential. We focus on the coupling of the SUGRA quintessence model to the MSSM and investigate two possibilities. First one can preserve the form of the SUGRA potential…

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