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The axino is a hypothetical elementary particle predicted by some theories of particle physics. Peccei-Quinn theory attempts to explain the observed phenomenon known as the strong CP problem by introducing a hypothetical real scalar particle called the axion. Adding supersymmetry to the model predicts the existence of a fermionic superpartner for the axion, the axino and a bosonic superpartner the saxion. They are all bundled up in a chiral superfield.
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