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Asymmetric Reheating via Inverse Symmetry Breaking

Aurora Ireland and Seth Koren

Submitted on 23 November 2022

Figures are fetched from the INSPIRE database at: https://inspirehep.net/literature/2514202

Logarithmic differential yield of $N$ (solid) and $N'$ (dashed) as a function of temperature. Parameters fixed as $M_N=10^{14}$ GeV and $\lambda = 4 \times 10^{-5}$; changing either just results in an overall vertical translation.
Figure 1: Logarithmic differential yield of N (solid) and N (dashed) as a function of temperature. Parameters fixed as MN=1014 GeV and λ=4×105; changing either just results in an overall vertical translation.
The ratio of energies injected into the mirror and SM sectors, as a function of ratios of important scales. The overall energy is arbitrary so long as the scalar sector is in the high-temperature regime.
Figure 2: The ratio of energies injected into the mirror and SM sectors, as a function of ratios of important scales. The overall energy is arbitrary so long as the scalar sector is in the high-temperature regime.
Maximum reheating temperature of the Standard Model sector, fixing $T_\star = M_N$. $T_{\rm RH}$ may be turned down by moving to $T_\star \ll M_N$ or by further increasing the neutrino lifetime.
Figure 3: Maximum reheating temperature of the Standard Model sector, fixing T=MN. TRH may be turned down by moving to TMN or by further increasing the neutrino lifetime.