Dark unification: A UV-complete theory of asymmetric dark matter

@article{Murgui2022DarkUA,
  title={Dark unification: A UV-complete theory of asymmetric dark matter},
  author={Clara Murgui and Kathryn M. Zurek},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2022}
}
Motivated by the observed ratio of dark matter to baryon mass densities, ρD/ρB ' 5, we propose a theory of dark-color unification. In this theory, the dark to visible baryon masses are fixed by the ratio of dark to visible confinement scales, which are determined to be nearby in mass through the unification of the dark and visible gauge theories at a high scale. Together with a mechanism for darko-baryo-genesis, which arises naturally from the grand unification sector, the mass densities of the… 

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