Galaxy rotation curves in modified gravity models

@article{deAlmeida2018GalaxyRC,
  title={Galaxy rotation curves in modified gravity models},
  author={{\'A}lefe de Almeida and Luca Amendola and Viviana Niro},
  journal={Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics},
  year={2018},
  volume={2018},
  pages={012 - 012}
}
In this work, we investigate the possibility that the galaxy rotation curves can be explained in the framework of modified gravity models that introduce a Yukawa term in the gravitational potential. We include dark matter and assume that the fifth-force couples differently to dark matter and to baryons. We aim at constraining the modified gravity parameters β and λ, that is, the strength and the range of the Yukawa fifth force, respectively, using a set of 40 galaxy rotation curves data from… 

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