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International Journal of Theoretical Physics

, Volume 52, Issue 12, pp 4374–4388 | Cite as

Vector Gauge Boson Dark Matter for the SU(N) Gauge Group Model

  • E. Koorambas
Article

Abstract

The existence of dark matter is explained by a new neutral vector boson, C-boson, of mass (900 GeV), predicted by the Wu mechanisms for mass generation of gauge field. According to the Standard Model (SM) W, Z-bosons normally get their masses through coupling with the SM Higgs particle of mass 125 GeV. We compute the self-annihilation cross section of the vector gauge boson C-dark matter and calculate its relic abundance. We also study the constraints suggested by dark-matter direct-search experiments. The problem on the stability of C-particle is left as an open question for future research.

Keywords

Field theory Dark matter Gauge boson 

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  1. 1.AthensGreece

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