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New approach for detecting a compressed bino/wino at the LHC

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In some supersymmetric models like split supersymmetry or models with nonuniversal gaugino mass, 'bino [lightest sparticle (LSP)] and wino [next-to-lightest sparticle (NLSP)] may have rather small mass splitting in order to provide the correct dark matter relic density through bino/wino coannihilation. Such a scenario with the compressed bino/wino is difficult to explore at the LHC. In this work we propose to probe this scenario from pp -> j (chi) over tilde (0)(2)(chi) over tilde (+/-)(1) followed by (chi) over tilde (0)(2) -> gamma(chi) over tilde (0)(1) and (chi) over tilde (+/-)(1) -> W*(chi) over tilde (0)(1) -> l(+/-)nu(chi) over tilde (0)(1) (this method is also applicable to the compressed bino/Higgsino scenario). Through a detailed Monte Carlo simulation for both the signal and the backgrounds, we find that for a mass splitting Delta M similar to 10-15 GeV between bino (LSP) and wino (NLSP), the 14 TeV LHC with a luminosity of 1000 fb(-1) can probe the wino up to 150 GeV (the sensitivity can reach 3.4 sigma for Delta M = 10 GeV and 2 sigma for Delta M = 15 GeV). We also investigate the dark matter detection sensitivities for this scenario and find that the planned XENON-1T (2017) cannot fully cover the parameter space with a wino below 150 GeV allowed by relic density and the LUX limits.
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Journal:PHYSICAL REVIEW D
Recommended references: Han, Chengcheng,Wu, Lei,Yang, Jin Min,Zhang, Mengchao,Zhang, Yang.(2016).New approach for detecting a compressed bino/wino at the LHC.PHYSICAL REVIEW D.[ChinaXiv:201605.01137] (Click&Copy)
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