# Stochastic fluctuations of bosonic dark matter

@article{Centers2021StochasticFO,
title={Stochastic fluctuations of bosonic dark matter},
author={Gary P. Centers and John W. Blanchard and Janet M. Conrad and Nataniel L. Figueroa and Antoine Garcon and Alexander V. Gramolin and Derek F Jackson Kimball and Matthew Lawson and Bart Pelssers and Joseph A. Smiga and Alexander O. Sushkov and Arne Wickenbrock and Dmitry Budker and Andrei Derevianko},
journal={Nature Communications},
year={2021},
volume={12}
}
• Published 31 May 2019
• Physics
• Nature Communications
Numerous theories extending beyond the standard model of particle physics predict the existence of bosons that could constitute dark matter. In the standard halo model of galactic dark matter, the velocity distribution of the bosonic dark matter field defines a characteristic coherence time τc. Until recently, laboratory experiments searching for bosonic dark matter fields have been in the regime where the measurement time T significantly exceeds τc, so null results have been interpreted by…
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