Supersymmetric Particle Searches INSPIRE search
The exclusion of particle masses within a mass range (${\mathit m}_{\mathrm {1}}$, ${\mathit m}_{\mathrm {2}}$) will be denoted with the notation ``none ${\mathit m}_{\mathrm {1}}−{\mathit m}_{\mathrm {2}}$'' in the VALUE column of the following Listings. The latest unpublished results are described in the ``Supersymmetry: Experiment'' review.
See related reviews:
Supersymmetry, Part I (Theory)
Supersymmetry, Part II (Experiment)
Supersymmetric Model Assumptions
    ${{\widetilde{\boldsymbol \chi}}_{{1}}^{0}}$ (Lightest Neutralino) mass limit
Accelerator limits for stable ${{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}_{{1}}^{0}}$   $>46$ GeV  CL=95.0%
Bounds on ${{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}_{{1}}^{0}}$ from dark matter searches
    ${{\widetilde{\boldsymbol \chi}}_{{1}}^{0}}-{{\boldsymbol p}}$ elastic cross section
Spin-dependent interactions
Spin-independent interactions
Other bounds on ${{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}_{{1}}^{0}}$ from astrophysics and cosmology
Unstable ${{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}_{{1}}^{0}}$ (Lightest Neutralino) mass limit   $> 380$ GeV  CL=95.0%
${{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}_{{2}}^{0}}$, ${{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}_{{3}}^{0}}$, ${{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}_{{4}}^{0}}$ (Neutralinos) mass limits   $> 620$ GeV  CL=95.0%
${{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}_{{1}}^{\pm}}$, ${{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}_{{2}}^{\pm}}$ (Charginos) mass limits   $>94$ GeV  CL=95.0%
Long-lived ${{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}^{\pm}}$ (Chargino) mass limit   $>620$ GeV  CL=95.0%
${{\widetilde{\mathit \nu}}}$ (Sneutrino) mass limit   $>94$ GeV  CL=95.0%
    Charged sleptons
R-parity conserving ${{\widetilde{\mathit e}}}$ (Selectron) mass limit   $>107$ GeV  CL=95.0%
R-partiy violating ${{\widetilde{\mathit e}}}$ (Selectron) mass limit   $> 410$ GeV  CL=95.0%
R-parity conserving ${{\widetilde{\mathit \mu}}}$ (Smuon) mass limit   $>94$ GeV  CL=95.0%
R-parity violating ${{\widetilde{\mathit \mu}}}$ (Smuon) mass limit   $> 410$ GeV  CL=95.0%
R-parity conserving ${{\widetilde{\mathit \tau}}}$ (Stau) mass limit   $>81.9$ GeV  CL=95.0%
R-parity violating ${{\widetilde{\mathit \tau}}}$ (Stau) mass limit
Long-lived ${{\widetilde{\mathit \ell}}}$ (Slepton) mass limit   $>286$ GeV  CL=95.0%
    ${{\widetilde{\boldsymbol q}}}$ (Squark) mass limit
R-parity conserving ${{\widetilde{\mathit q}}}$ (Squark) mass limit   $> 1550$ GeV  CL=95.0%  ...
R-parity violating ${{\widetilde{\mathit q}}}$ (Squark) mass limit
Long-lived ${{\widetilde{\mathit q}}}$ (Squark) mass limit   $>1.000 \times 10^{3}$ GeV  CL=95.0%
    ${{\widetilde{\boldsymbol b}}}$ (Sbottom) mass limit
R-parity conserving ${{\widetilde{\mathit b}}}$ (Sbottom) mass limit
R-parity violating ${{\widetilde{\mathit b}}}$ (Sbottom) mass limit   $> 307$ GeV  CL=95.0%
    ${{\widetilde{\boldsymbol t}}}$ (Stop) mass limit
R-parity conserving ${{\widetilde{\mathit t}}}$ (Stop) mass limit   $>1.120 \times 10^{3}$ GeV  CL=95.0%
R-parity violating ${{\widetilde{\mathit t}}}$ (Stop) mass limit
Heavy ${{\widetilde{\mathit g}}}$ (Gluino) mass limit   $>1.860 \times 10^{3}$ GeV  CL=95.0%
Long-lived ${{\widetilde{\mathit g}}}$ (Gluino) mass limit
Light ${{\widetilde{\mathit G}}}$ (Gravitino) mass limits from collider experiments
Supersymmetry miscellaneous results