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R-hadrons at the LHC

  1. Feb 22, 2008 #1
    I am working on the detector signatures of charged (doubly) massive stable particle from a techicolor model; the particle is a baryonic object (bound state of two U-type techniquarks) and is therefore color-neutral, so I would assume that it would only appear as a heavy charged lepton. However, I've read that although SUSY R-hadrons are color-neutral, they still hadronize in the detectors. Could someone please clarify this? I'm trying to understand whether the technicolor SMP would hadronize as well.
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