Approximately 438 pb-1 of e+e- data from the OPAL detector, taken with the LEP collider running at centre-of-mass energies of 192-209 GeV, are analyzed to search for evidence of chargino pair production, e+e- →1 +χ̃1- or neutralino associated production, e+e- → χ̃2 0χ̃10 Limits are set at the 95% confidence level on the product of the cross-section for the process e +e- →1 +χ̃1- and its branching ratios to topologies containing jets and missing energy, or jets with a lepton and missing energy, and on the product of the cross-section for e+e- →20χ̃10 and its branching ratio to jets. R-parity conservation is assumed throughout this paper. When these results are interpreted in the context of the Constrained Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model, limits are also set on the masses of the χ̃1±,χ̃10 and χ̃20, and regions of the parameter space of the model are ruled out. Nearly model-independent limits are also set at the 95% confidence level on σ(e+e- →1 +χ̃1- assumption that each chargino decays via a W boson, and on σ(e+e- →20 with the χ̃20 assumed to decay via a Z0.
- Electron collisions; Minimal supersymmetric standard model; Supersymmetric particles (search for chargino pair prodn., e+e- -> ~c1+~c1-, or neutralino assocd. prodn., e+e- -> ~c20~c10 at ?s = 192-209 GeV at LEP and Constrained MSSM mass limits on ~c1+-, ~c10 and ~c20)