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In this work we use the on-shell scheme for the one-loop calculation in Chap. 5. 1 On-Shell Renormalization Scheme In the on-shell scheme the renormalization constants are fixed by the on-shell renormalization conditions, demanding that the renormalized mass parameters are equal to the real parts of the propagator poles, that the residues of the renormalized propagators are equal to 1 and that e is the elementary charge from Thomson-scattering, resulting in vanishing loop contributions to the eeA vertex on-shell and for zero momentum transfer.

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31) The first term (‘F-term’) comes from Lchiral , the second term (‘D-term’) combines the last term of Eq. 30) and the last term in Eq. 29). It is a peculiarity of supersymmetric models that the scalar potential is given by the Yukawa (F-term) and gauge (D-term) interactions. 1. 9 We will explain below why two Higgs doublets are needed. We follow the convention to define chiral multiplets in terms of left-handed Weyl spinors. That means we regard the right-handed fermions and their superpartners as conjugates of the left-handed fields.

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