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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Cern To Gran Sasso; An Ideal Distance For Superbeam?
Author: Minakata H.
Nunokawa H.
Abstract: We use the CP trajectory diagram as a tool for pictorial representation of the genuine CP and the matter effects to explore the possibility of an in situ simultaneous measurement of δ and the sign of Δℳ132. We end up with a low-energy conventional superbeam experiment with a megaton-class water Cherenkov detector and baseline length of about 700 km. A picturesque description of the combined ambiguity which may arise in simultaneous determination of θ13 and the above two quantities is given in terms of CP trajectory diagram.
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Date Issue: 2002
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