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|Title: ||Leptogenesis with left-right domain walls|
|Authors: ||YAJNIK, UA|
|Keywords: ||number non-conservation|
|Issue Date: ||2004|
|Publisher: ||INDIAN ACADEMY SCIENCES|
|Citation: ||PRAMANA-JOURNAL OF PHYSICS,62(3)771-773|
|Abstract: ||The presence of domain walls separating regions of unbroken SU(2)(L) and SU(2)(R) is shown to provide necessary conditions for leptogenesis which converts later to the observed baryon asymmetry., The strength of lepton number violation is related to the Majorana neutrino mass and hence related to current bounds on light neutrino masses. Thus the observed neutrino masses and the baxyon asymmetry can be used to constrain the scale of left-right symmetry breaking.|
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