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Mirror Magnetic Field and Its Impact on Dark Matter Distribution in Galaxies

  • E. A. KryukovaEmail author
NUCLEI, PARTICLES, FIELDS, GRAVITATION, AND ASTROPHYSICS
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Abstract

We obtain the value of the mirror magnetic field during different stages of cosmological evolution. We consider the magnetic field generation in the radiation-dominated era and the post-recombination epoch. We also estimate its galactic low-scale value in the process of dynamo amplification. We discuss a possible effect of the mirror magnetic field on the mirror matter distribution in a galaxy. The model can be generalized by assuming the existence of kinetic mixing between ordinary and mirror particles.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The author is grateful to D.S. Gorbunov (Institute of Nuclear Research, Russian Academy of Sciences) for suggesting the problem, helpful discussions, and valuable comments on this work.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Physics, Moscow State UniversityMoscowRussia

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