Stable Colored Particles R-SUSY Relics or Not?

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Title: Stable Colored Particles R-SUSY Relics or Not?
Author: Echenard, Bertrand; Kahawala, Dilani S; Randall, Lisa; Buckley, Matthew R.

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Citation: Buckley, Matthew R., Bertrand Echenard, Dilani S. Kahawala, and Lisa Randall. 2011. Stable colored particles R-SUSY relics or not? Journal of High Energy Physics 2011(1): 1-19.
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Abstract: R-hadrons are only one of many possible stable colored states that the LHC might produce. All such particles would provide a spectacular, if somewhat unusual, signal at ATLAS and CMS. Produced in large numbers and leaving a characteristic signature throughout all layers of the detector, including the muon chamber, they could be straightforward to discover even with low luminosity. Though such long lived colored particles (LLCPs) can be realized in many extensions of the Standard Model, most analyses of their phenomenology have focused only on R-hadrons. In order to distinguish among the possibilities, fundamental quantum numbers of the new states must be measured. In this paper, we demonstrate how to identify the \(SU(3)_C\) charge and spin of such new particles at the LHC.
Published Version: doi:10.1007/JHEP01(2011)013
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