Sensitivities on dark photon from the forward physics experiments

@article{Cheung2022SensitivitiesOD,
  title={Sensitivities on dark photon from the forward physics experiments},
  author={Kingman Cheung and C. J. Ouseph},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2022},
  volume={2022}
}
Neutrino-electron scattering experiments can explore the potential presence of a light gauge boson A′ which arises from an additional U(1)B−L group, or a dark photon A′ which arises from a dark sector and has kinetic mixing with the SM hypercharge gauge field. We generically call it a dark photon. In this study, we investigate the effect of the dark photon on neutrino-electron scattering νe−→ νe− at the newly proposed forward physics experiments such as FASERν, FASERν2, SND@LHC and FLArE(10… 

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