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A SQUID-Based RF Cavity Search for Dark Matter Axions
The axion is a hypothetical elementary particle resulting from a solution to the “Strong-CP” problem. This serious problem in the standard model of particle physics is manifested as a 10<super>10</super> discrepancy between the measured upper limit and the calculated value of the neutron's electric dipole moment. Furthermore, ...
Improving Axion Signal Models Through N-Body Simulations
The QCD axion is a well-motivated candidate for solving both the strong CP and dark matter problems. A great deal would be revealed about physics both on the level of fundamental particles and astronomy if the axion were detected to be the primary component of dark matter. A number of experimental searches for dark matter ...