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|Title:||Magnetic domain walls of relic fermions as dark energy|
|Publisher:||AMER INST PHYSICS|
|Citation:||Particles, Strings, and Cosmology,805,459-462|
|Abstract:||We show that relic fermions of the Big Bang can enter a ferromagnetic state if they possess a magnetic moment and satisfy the requirements of Stoner theory of itinerant ferromagnetism. The domain walls of this ferromagnetism can successfully simulate Dark Energy over the observable epoch spanning similar to 10 billion years. We obtain conditions on the anomalous magnetic moment of such fermions and their masses. Known neutrinos fail to satisfy the requirements thus pointing to the possibility of a new ultralight sector in Particle Physics.|
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