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Electrons and quarks receive contributions to their EDM from loops in the SM which are imperceptibly small. For instance, quark edms can give rise to edm for the neutron. 9 × 10−26 e-cm which imposes constraints on the θ QC D parameter of the strong CP sector Experiments with ultracold neutrons could dramatically improve the search for this EDM. A useful guide is . 3) × 10−10 aμE X P (≡ 2 and its value in the SM. The discrepancy is estimated to be at the level of 3 σ . It may be noted that the theoretical errors are also large due to prevailing uncertainty in the 1 Physics in the Light Flavoured Sector 9 hadronic contributions, which are also plagued by different data sets giving rise to different values.
Besides being an important quantity, it is of consequence for dark matter searches. It is an input for dark matter simulation packages such as MicroOmegas. Recent work  clarifies the role of the term in determination of the scalar couplings to DM and provides a clean separation of 2 flavor and 3 flavor sector for scalar couplings f u and f d . “Blind spots” where new physics scenarios evade experimental bounds are where the iso-spin violating couplings appear to be important, as for instance in the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model .
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