Atomki anomaly and the Secluded Dark Sector

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Yamamoto Yasuhiro;
(2017)

The Atomiki anomaly can be interpreted as a new light vector boson. If such a new particle exists, it could be a mediator between the Standard Model sector and the dark sector including the dark matter. We discussed some simple effective models with these particles. In ... View more
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