Discovering baryon-number violating neutralino decays at the LHC
Butterworth, Jonathan M.
Ellis, John R.
Raklev, Are R.
Salam, Gavin P.
High Energy Physics, Department of Physics,University of Cambridge
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Butterworth, J. M., Ellis, J. R., Raklev, A. R., & Salam, G. P. (2009). Discovering baryon-number violating neutralino decays at the LHC. http://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/223989
Recently there has been much interest in the use of single-jet mass and jet substructure to identify boosted particles decaying hadronically at the LHC. We develop these ideas to address the challenging case of a neutralino decaying to three quarks in models with baryonic violation of R-parity. These decays have previously been found to be swamped by QCD backgrounds. We demonstrate for the first time that such a decay might be observed directly at the LHC with high significance, by exploiting characteristics of the scales at which its composite jet breaks up into subjets.
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