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A model-independent analysis of leptophilic dark matter at future electron-positron colliders in the mono-photon and mono-Z channels

@inproceedings{Kundu2021AMA,
  title={A model-independent analysis of leptophilic dark matter at future electron-positron colliders in the mono-photon and mono-Z channels},
  author={Saumyen Kundu and Atanu Guha and Prasanta Kumar Das and P. S. Bhupal Dev},
  year={2021}
}
We consider the possibility that dark matter (DM) only interacts with the Standard Model leptons, but not quarks at tree-level, and analyze the future lepton collider prospects of such leptophilic DM in the mono-photon and mono-Z (both leptonic and hadronic) channels. Adopting a model-independent effective field theory framework, we consider all possible dimension-6 operators of scalar-pseudoscalar (S-P), vector-axialvector (V-A) and tensor-axialtensor (T-AT) types for a fermionic DM and derive… 
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