Detecting technibaryon dark matter

@article{Bagnasco1994DetectingTD,
  title={Detecting technibaryon dark matter},
  author={J. Bagnasco and M. Dine and S. Thomas},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={1994},
  volume={320},
  pages={99-104}
}
  • J. Bagnasco, M. Dine, S. Thomas
  • Published 1994
  • Physics
  • Physics Letters B
  • Abstract The technibaryon constitute a possible dark matter candidate. Such a particle with electroweak quantum numbers is already nearly ruled out as the dominant component of the galactic dark matter by nuclear recoil experiments. Here, the scattering of singlet technibaryons, without electroweak quantum numbers, is considered. For scalar technibaryons the most important interaction is the charge radius. The scattering rates are typically of order 10 −4 (kg keV day) −1 for a technicolor scale… CONTINUE READING
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