We analyze constraints on the parameters of the Rp violating supersymmetry (Slashed R signp SUSY) which can be extracted from non-observation of the neutrinoless nuclear double beta decay (0νββ) at a given half-life lower bound. Our analysis covers a large class of phenomenologically viable Slashed R signp SUSY models. We introduce special characteristics: the SUSY sensitivity of a ββ-decaying isotope and the SUSY reach of a 0νββ-experiment. The former provides a physical criterion for a selection of the most promising isotopes for SUSY searches and the latter gives a measure of success for a 0νββ-experiment in exploring the Slashed R signp SUSY parameter space. On this basis we discuss prospects for exploration of supersymmetry in various 0νββ-experiments.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics
- Astronomy and Astrophysics
- Physics and Astronomy(all)