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Antideuterons: what's the fuss?

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I will give an introduction to the use of antideuterons in indirect searches for dark matter, where the antideuterons are produced in dark matter annihilation or decay. Along the way I will explain the problems we face when trying to model signal and background, focusing in particular on the current coalesence model of antideuteron formation, and I will discuss the potential of current and near-future experiments searching for cosmic antideuterons.

This talk is part of the HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar series.

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