Fermionic singlet dark matter in one-loop solutions to the $$R_K$$ anomaly: a systematic study

@article{Becker2021FermionicSD,
  title={Fermionic singlet dark matter in one-loop solutions to the \$\$R\_K\$\$ anomaly: a systematic study},
  author={Mathias Becker and Dominik Doring and Siddhartha Karmakar and Heinrich Pas},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
  year={2021}
}
We study the dark matter phenomenology of Standard Model extensions addressing the reported anomaly in the $$R_K$$ R K observable at one-loop. The article covers the case of fermionic singlet DM coupling leptophilically, quarkphilically or amphiphilically to the SM. The setup utilizes a large coupling of the new particle content to the second lepton generation to explain the $$R_K$$ R K anomaly, which in return tends to diminish the dark matter relic density. Further, dark matter… 
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