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Girardello and M. T. Grisaru, "Soft Breaking of Supersymmetry," Nucl. Phys. B 194 (1982) 65. 3 SUSY GAUGE THEORIES In this chapter we will look in more detail at SUSY gauge theories, first examining the role of quantum loop corrections on running couplings and masses, then studying the space of possible vacua (the moduli space), and finally the super Higgs mechanism. 1 Symmetries and group theory We will consider a SUSY gauge theory with F "flavors" of "quarks" and squarks, taking the gauge group to be SU(N).

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Rev. Lett. 65 (1990) 2939. [16] L. Girardello and M. T. Grisaru, "Soft Breaking of Supersymmetry," Nucl. Phys. B 194 (1982) 65. 3 SUSY GAUGE THEORIES In this chapter we will look in more detail at SUSY gauge theories, first examining the role of quantum loop corrections on running couplings and masses, then studying the space of possible vacua (the moduli space), and finally the super Higgs mechanism. 1 Symmetries and group theory We will consider a SUSY gauge theory with F "flavors" of "quarks" and squarks, taking the gauge group to be SU(N).

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