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Sensitivity of future $e^+e^-$ colliders to processes of dark matter production with light mediator exchange

  title={Sensitivity of future \$e^+e^-\$ colliders to processes of dark matter production with light mediator exchange},
  author={Jan Kalinowski and Wojciech Kotlarski and Krzysztof Mekala and Pawel Sopicki and Aleksander Filip Żarnecki},
One of the primary goals of the proposed future collider experiments is to search for dark matter (DM) particles using different experimental approaches. High energy e+e− colliders offer unique possibility for the most general search based on the mono-photon signature. As any e+e− collision process may include hard initial-state photon radiation, analysis of the energy spectrum and angular distributions of observed photons can be used to search for hard processes with an invisible final state… Expand
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