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Baryonic R-parity violation and its running

Abstract : Baryonic R-parity violation arises naturally once Minimal Flavor Violation (MFV) is imposed on the supersymmetric flavor sector at the low scale. At the same time, the yet unknown flavor dynamics behind MFV could take place at a very high scale. In this paper, we analyze the renormalization group (RG) evolution of this scenario. We find that low-scale MFV is systematically reinforced through the evolution, with the R-parity violating couplings exhibiting infrared fixed points. Intriguingly, we also find that if holomorphy is imposed on MFV at some scale, it is preserved by the RG evolution. Furthermore, low-scale holomorphy is a powerful infrared attractor for a large class of non-holomorphic scenarios. Therefore, supersymmetry with minimally flavor violating baryon number violation at the low scale, especially in the holomorphic case but not only, is viable and resilient under the RG evolution, and should constitute a leading contender for the physics beyond the Standard Model waiting to be discovered at the LHC.
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J. Bernon, C. Smith. Baryonic R-parity violation and its running. Journal of High Energy Physics, Springer, 2014, 07, pp.038. ⟨10.1007/JHEP07(2014)038⟩. ⟨in2p3-00981916⟩



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