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Title: TeV Scale Singlet Dark Matter
Author: Randall, Lisa; Pontón, Eduardo

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Citation: Pontón, Eduardo, and Lisa Randall. 2009. TeV scale singlet dark matter. Journal of High Energy Physics 2009(4): 80.
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Abstract: It is well known that stable weak scale particles are viable dark matter candidates since the annihilation cross section is naturally about the right magnitude to leave the correct thermal residual abundance. Many dark matter searches have focused on relatively light dark matter consistent with weak couplings to the Standard Model. However, in a strongly coupled theory, or even if the coupling is just a few times bigger than the Standard Model couplings, dark matter can have TeV-scale mass with the correct thermal relic abundance. Here we consider neutral TeV-mass scalar dark matter, its necessary interactions, and potential signals. We consider signals both with and without higher-dimension operators generated by strong coupling at the TeV scale, as might happen for example in an RS scenario. We find some potential for detection in high energy photons that depends on the dark matter distribution. Detection in positrons at lower energies, such as those PAMELA probes, would be difficult though a higher energy positron signal could in principle be detectable over background. However, a light dark matter particle with higher-dimensional interactions consistent with a TeV cutoff can in principle match PAMELA data.
Published Version: doi:10.1088/1126-6708/2009/04/080
Other Sources: http://arxiv.org/abs/0811.1029
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Citable link to this page: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:8052091

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