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Theory of neutrinos

Mohapatra, R.N., Antusch, S., Babu, K.S., Barenboim, G., Chen, Mu-Chen, Joshipura, A., Kersten, J., Keum, Y.Y., King, S.F., Langacker, P., Lindner, M., Loinaz, W., Masina, I., Mocioiu, I., Mohanty, S., Murayama, H., Pascoli, S., Petcov, S., Pilaftsis, A., Ramond, P., Ratz, M., Rodejohann, W., Shrock, R., Takeuchi, T., Underwood, T., Vissani, F. and Wolfenstein, L. (2004) Theory of neutrinos arXiv 50pp.

Record type: Monograph (Discussion Paper)


After a brief overview of the present knowledge of neutrino masses and mixing, we summarize what can be learned about physics beyond the standard model from the various proposed neutrino experiments. We also comment on the impact of the experiments on our understanding of the origin of the matter-antimatter asymmetry of the Universe as well as what can be learned from some experiments outside the domain of neutrinos

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Published date: 2004


Local EPrints ID: 57470
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Date deposited: 20 Aug 2008
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:29

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Author: R.N. Mohapatra
Author: S. Antusch
Author: K.S. Babu
Author: G. Barenboim
Author: Mu-Chen Chen
Author: A. Joshipura
Author: J. Kersten
Author: Y.Y. Keum
Author: S.F. King
Author: P. Langacker
Author: M. Lindner
Author: W. Loinaz
Author: I. Masina
Author: I. Mocioiu
Author: S. Mohanty
Author: H. Murayama
Author: S. Pascoli
Author: S. Petcov
Author: A. Pilaftsis
Author: P. Ramond
Author: M. Ratz
Author: W. Rodejohann
Author: R. Shrock
Author: T. Takeuchi
Author: T. Underwood
Author: F. Vissani
Author: L. Wolfenstein

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