Probing Baryogenesis using Neutron-Anti-Neutron Oscillation
February 22, 2021
Neutron-anti-neutron $(n- \bar n)$ oscillation is a baryon number violating process that requires physics beyond the Standard model. Future experiments at ESS and DUNE aim to either discover $(n- \bar n)$ oscillation or to put more stringent constraints on the oscillation time. We study the impact of such a discovery on different baryogenesis scenarios using an effective field theory framework for $(n- \bar n)$ oscillation. We also study the implications of observing the mediators at the LHC and the possibility of falsifying some of the baryogenesis scenarios in the context of some simplified UV complete scenarios.
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