arxiv: High Energy Physics::Phenomenology | Astrophysics::Cosmology and Extragalactic Astrophysics
Asymmetric dark matter (ADM) is motivated by the similar cosmological mass densities measured for ordinary and dark matter. We present a comprehensive theory for ADM that addresses the mass density similarity, going beyond the usual ADM explanations of similar number de... View more
FIG. 5: The resonant increase in the CP parameters e1f+1 , e1f+2 , e1f1 , e1f2 (blue, orange, red, green, respectively) as a function of cross-sector neutrino mass term P in GeV. The other relevant parameters are as given in Eq. 32.
FIG. 8: The CP-odd Higgs-exchange scattering rate as a function of temperature. In this example, it falls below the Hubble rate between the confinement scales, depicted in green, of the two sectors. The scattering rate uses h1 = 0.6, h2 = 0.6, z10 = 0.1, mA1 = 3525 GeV, v1 = 246 GeV, w2 = 7380 GeV.
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