Analysis of the RPV Contribution to the P, CP-Odd 4-Fermion Interaction at the One-Loop Level

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In this chapter, we present our analysis of the R-parity violating (RPV) contribution to the P, CP-odd electron-nucleon (e-N) interaction at the one-loop level [1]. The present tightest limits on the P, CP-odd e-N interactions are given by the recent update of the Hg electric dipole moment (EDM) experiment by the group of Seattle [2]. The accuracy of the Hg EDM data is such that one can expect to constrain the RPV couplings even at the one-loop level. This is because loop level diagrams can involve new RPV structures not encountered at the tree level. The analysis of the RPV contribution to the P, CP-odd 4-quark interaction at the one-loop level is also given, and prospective constraints from future experiments are shown.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Research Center for Nuclear PhysicsOsaka UniversityIbarakiJapan

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