Constraints on the CMB temperature redshift dependence from SZ and distance measurements

@article{Avgoustidis2012ConstraintsOT,
  title={Constraints on the CMB temperature redshift dependence from SZ and distance measurements},
  author={A. Avgoustidis and G. Luzzi and Carlos J. A. P. Martins and A M R V L Monteiro},
  journal={Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics},
  year={2012},
  volume={2012},
  pages={013-013}
}
The relation between redshift and the CMB temperature, TCMB(z) = T0(1+z) is a key prediction of standard cosmology, but is violated in many non-standard models. Constraining possible deviations to this law is an effective way to test the ΛCDM paradigm and search for hints of new physics. We present state-of-the-art constraints, using both direct and indirect measurements. In particular, we point out that in models where photons can be created or destroyed, not only does the temperature-redshift… 
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