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By Pran Nath (auth.), Professor Dr. Hans Volker Klapdor-Kleingrothaus (eds.)

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However, a closer scrutiny reveals that the sign of the b quark correction depends on the sign fJ,mg while the sign of gl" - 2 correction is controlled by the the chargino exchange and hence depends on fJ, and the 8U(2) gaugino mass m2. , that the signs of mg and m2 are opposite[134]. Specifically, choosing a negative sign for fJ,mg resolves this conflict. The opposite correlation of mg and m2 arises naturally if the gauginos belong to the 24 plet representation for the 8U(5) case and to the 54 plet representation for the 80(10) case.

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