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Type: Artigo
Title: Reactor and atmospheric neutrino mixing angles' correlation as a probe for new physics
Author: Pasquini, Pedro
Abstract: We perform a simulation on the DUNE experiment to probe the capability of future neutrino longbaseline experiments to constrain the parameter space of high-energy models by using the correlation between the atmospheric and reactor mixing angles. As an example, we analyze the tetrahedral flavor symmetry model, which predicts a strong relation between the nonzero value of theta(13) and a deviation of theta(23) from maximality. We show that in this case, the model can realistically be excluded by more than 3 sigma for most of the parameter space. We also study the octant degeneracy at DUNE and its impact on the sensitivity of such models.
Subject: Oscilações de neutrinos
Modelo padrão (Física nuclear)
Violação de CP (Física nuclear)
Neutrinos oscillations
Standard model (Nuclear physics)
CP violation (Nuclear physics)
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: American Physical Society
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.96.095021
Date Issue: 2017
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