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Late time acceleration due to generic modification of gravity and Hubble tension

@inproceedings{Adil2021LateTA,
  title={Late time acceleration due to generic modification of gravity and Hubble tension},
  author={Shahnawaz A. Adil and Mayukh Raj Gangopadhyay and Mohammad Sami and Mohit K. Sharma},
  year={2021}
}
We consider a scenario of modified gravity, which is generic to late-time acceleration, namely, acceleration in the Jordan frame and no acceleration in the Einstein frame. The possibility is realized by assuming an interaction between dark matter and the baryonic component in the Einstein frame which is removed by going to the Jordan frame using a disformal transformation giving rise to an exotic effective fluid responsible for causing phantom crossing at late times. In this scenario, past… Expand
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