Universal Journal of Physics and Application Vol. 7(4), pp. 422 - 428
DOI: 10.13189/ujpa.2013.010408
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Quantum Field Model of the Origin of Matter-Energy in the Expanding Universe

V.E. Kuzmichev , V.V. Kuzmichev *
Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev, 03680 Ukraine


The model of production of ordinary and dark matter in the decay of a hypothetical antigravitating medium in the form of a condensate of (zero-momentum) spinless massive particles, which fills the early universe, is proposed. The decays of these massive particles into baryons, leptons, and dark matter particles are caused by some (after-GUT) interaction with the mass scale between the electroweak and grand unification. The observed dark energy is identified with a portion of a condensate which has not decayed up to the instant of measurement. We show that the mass of dark matter particle being close to 5 GeV and the mass of massive particle of a condensate approximately equal to 15 GeV can be extracted from the WMAP and other astrophysical data about the contributions of baryon, dark matter, and dark energy densities to the total matter-energy density budget in our universe. Such a mass of light WIMP dark matter agrees with the observations of CoGeNT, DAMA, and CDMS. The numerical values of the coupling constant of after-GUT interaction and of the decay rate of massive particle of a condensate, as well as other parameters are obtained.

Dark Energy, Dark Matter, Production of Baryons, Decay Rate

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V.E. Kuzmichev , V.V. Kuzmichev . "Quantum Field Model of the Origin of Matter-Energy in the Expanding Universe." Universal Journal of Physics and Application 7.4 (2013) 422 - 428. doi: 10.13189/ujpa.2013.010408.