Low-energy neutrino-electron scattering as a Standard Model probe: the potential of LENA as case study
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Garcés, Estela A.; Miranda, O.G.; Tórtola Baixauli, María Amparo Perfil; Furtado Valle, José Wagner Perfil
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Several proposals for studying neutrinos with large detectors are currently under discussion. We suggest that they could provide a precise measurement of the electroweak mixing angle as well as a probe for new physics, such as non-standard neutrino interactions (NSI), and the electroweak gauge structure. We illustrate this explicitly for the case of the LENA proposal, either with an artificial radioactive source or by using the solar neutrino flux.

    Garcés, Estela A. Miranda, O.G. Tórtola Baixauli, María Amparo Furtado Valle, José Wagner 2012 Low-energy neutrino-electron scattering as a Standard Model probe: the potential of LENA as case study Physical Review D 85 7 073006
http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.85.073006

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