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What is the upper limit on the lightest supersymmetric Higgs mass?

Authors
  • Quiros, M.
  • Espinosa, J. R.
Type
Preprint
Publication Date
Sep 04, 1998
Submission Date
Sep 04, 1998
Identifiers
arXiv ID: hep-ph/9809269
Source
arXiv
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Abstract

In this talk the question of what is the upper bound on the lightest supersymmetric Higgs mass, m_h is addressed. This question is relevant since experimental lower bounds on m_h might implement, in the near future, exclusion of supersymmetry. By imposing (perturbative) unification of the gauge couplings at some high scale \simgt 10^{17} GeV, we have found that for a top-quark mass M_t=175 GeV, and depending on the supersymmetric parameters, this bound can be as high as 205 GeV.

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