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Asymmetric Mediator in Scotogenic Model

  title={Asymmetric Mediator in Scotogenic Model},
  author={Kento Asai and Yuhei Sakai and Joe Sato and Yasutaka Takanishi and Masato Yamanaka},
The scotogenic model is the Standard Model (SM) with Z 2 symmetry and the addition of Z 2 odd right-handed Majorana neutrinos and SU(2) L doublet scalar fields. We have extended the original scotogenic model by an additional Z 2 odd singlet scalar field that plays a role in dark matter. In our model, the asymmetries of the lepton and Z 2 odd doublet scalar are simultaneously produced through CP-violating right-handed neutrino decays. While the former is converted into baryon asymmetry through the… 

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