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Physical Review D
Regarding long life particles produced during preheating after inflation as dark matter, we find that its back reaction on the field $\phi$ could lock $\phi$ in a false vacuum up to today. This false vacuum can drive the accelerated expansion of universe at late time and play the role of dark energy. When the number density of dark matter particles is dilute to some value, the field $\phi$ becomes tachyonic and rolls to its true minima rapidly, and the acceleration of universe ceases. Wedoi:10.1103/physrevd.71.027302 fatcat:rrb54g3wtvhcplzikqthisbrvy