### Subject: What is the spin of the higgsino? And what is it's ang. momentum?

Date: **Tue Sep 5 15:33:20 2000**

Posted by **Willian Arthur Brigham**

Grade level: **nonaligned**
School: **self-educated**

City: **columbus** State/Province: **ohio**
Country: **usa**

Area of science: **Physics**

ID: **968182400.Ph**

**Message:**

If supersymmetric particles have a half spin less than the original
particle, does the higgsino have a negative half spin? Also, by the
equation L^2=p^2s(s+1)( where p=planck's constant, L=angular momentum )
If it did have a negative half spin then, L^2=p^2/-4, and thus L=p/4i...?
Giving this fermion -4pi angular momentum. It is also interesting to note
that the spin factor used in calculating the momentum of bosons is equal
to the sum of consecutive even integers. (s(s+1)=0,2,6,12,20,30,etc.)
Whilst the factor used for fermions are consecutive odds(squares), but
minus 1/4,(s(s+1)=0-1/4, 1-1/4, 4-1/4, 9-1/4, 16-1/4) Thanks!!! :)

Re: What is the spin of the higgsino? And what is it's ang. momentum?

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