## Workshop on Grand Unification, Volume 6, Part 1985 |

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This is the question of why the energy scale of weak interaction symmetry

eigenvalues of Higgs boson fields are continuously variable parameters, which ...

This is the question of why the energy scale of weak interaction symmetry

**breaking**is so much smaller than that of unification. The problem arises becauseeigenvalues of Higgs boson fields are continuously variable parameters, which ...

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Symmetry

grand unified symmetry

fermion quantum numbers. Now we turn to a discussion of gauge and Yukawa ...

Symmetry

**breaking**by Wilson lines is unusual as a topological approach togrand unified symmetry

**breaking**that does not have harmful implications for thefermion quantum numbers. Now we turn to a discussion of gauge and Yukawa ...

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Non-gravitational radiative corrections may then determine not only the scale of

22) ~ weak gauge symmetry

) of global supersymmetry

Non-gravitational radiative corrections may then determine not only the scale of

22) ~ weak gauge symmetry

**breaking**(of order |1q(11)) but also the scale m ~ 43) of global supersymmetry

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