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Axionic Extensions of the Supersymmetric Standard Model

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DOI: 10.1142/S0217732309030837
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The Supersymmetric Standard Model is a benchmark theoretical framework for particle physics, yet it suffers from a number of deficiencies, chief among which is the strong CP problem. Solving this with an axion in the context of selected new particles, it is shown in three examples that other problems go away automatically as well, resulting in (-)^L and (-)^{3B} conservation, viable combination of two dark-matter candidates, successful baryogenesis, seesaw neutrino masses, and verifiable experimental consequences at the TeV energy scale.

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