Mohapatra, R.N., Antusch, S., Babu, K.S., Barenboim, G., Chen, M.C., de Gouvea, A., de Holanda, P., Dutta, B., Grossman, Y., Joshipura, A., Kayser, B., 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.T., Pilaftsis, A., Ramond, P., Ratz, M., Rodejohann, W., Shrock, R., Takeuchi, T., Underwood, T. and Wolfenstein, L.
Theory of neutrinos: a white paper
Reports on Progress in Physics, 70, . (doi:10.1088/0034-4885/70/11/R02).
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This paper is a review of the present status of neutrino mass physics, which grew out of an APS sponsored study of neutrinos in 2004. After a discussion of the present knowledge of neutrino masses and mixing and some popular ways to probe the new physics implied by recent data, it summarizes what can be learned about neutrino interactions as well as the nature of new physics beyond the Standard Model from the various proposed neutrino experiments. The intriguing possibility that neutrino mass physics may be at the heart of our understanding of a long standing puzzle of cosmology, i.e. the origin of matter–antimatter asymmetry is also discussed.
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