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Encyclopedia > Gluino

A gluino is a subatomic particle, the fermion superpartner of the gluon predicted by supersymmetry. Gluinos interact via the strong nuclear force. Gluinos have a lepton number 0, baryon number 0, and spin 1/2. Gluino condensation is one of possible mechanisms underlying supersymmetry breaking.

Particles in Physics - Elementary particles

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Fermions : Quarks | Leptons
Gauge bosons : Photon | W+, W- and Z0 bosons | Gluons
Not yet observed
Higgs boson | Graviton
Supersymmetric Partners : Neutralinos | Charginos | Gravitino | Gluinos | Squarks | Sleptons

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Gluino - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (173 words)
Gluinos are Majorana fermions and interact via the strong nuclear force as an octet of color.
Gluinos are dominantly pair produced at a hadron collider.
Gluinos decay via strong interaction to a squark and a quark provided that an appropriate mass relation is satisfied.
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