Possibilities for Finite Grand Unification with N = 2 SupersymmetryPhysics Letters B (1984)
We study the prospects for constructing finite grand unified theories using softly broken N = 2 global supersymmetry. The requirement that the supersymmetry breaking scale be of order 103−104 GeV and that the mixing between the observed light fermions and the mirror fermions present in N = 2 theories be small («mW), make it difficult to construct finite grand unified theories based on a large class of simple groups with a realistic symmetry breaking pattern.
Citation InformationAsim Gangopadhyaya. "Possibilities for Finite Grand Unification with N = 2 Supersymmetry" Physics Letters B Vol. 145B Iss. 5, 6 (1984) p. 323 - 328
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