The Physics of Neutrinos by R.Z. Funchal, B. Schmauch, G. Giesen

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The Physics of Neutrinos

Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 67

We start by giving a panorama of neutrino experiments. We briefly discuss the history of neutrinos, their experimental discovery, the quest for neutrino flavor oscillations and the experiments that finally established them. We also address non-oscillation terrestrial neutrino experiments that try to measure the absolute neutrino mass and to show whether neutrinos are Dirac or Majorana fermions...

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