Solar neutrinos as probes of neutrino-matter interactions
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Friedland, Alexander; Lunardini, Cecilia; Peña Garay, Carlos
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Data from solar neutrino and KamLAND experiments have led to a discovery of nonzero neutrino masses. Here we investigate what these data can tell us about neutrino interactions with matter, including the poorly constrained flavor-changing v(e)-v(tau) interactions. We give examples of the interaction parameters that are excluded by the solar/KamLAND data and are beyond the reach of other experiments. We also demonstrate that flavor-changing interactions, at the allowed level, may profoundly modify the conversion probability for neutrinos of energy; less than or similar to 6 MeV and the values of the mass parameter inferred from the data. The implications for future experiments are discussed.

    Friedland, Alexander Lunardini, Cecilia Peña Garay, Carlos 2004 Solar neutrinos as probes of neutrino-matter interactions Physics Letters B 594 3-4 347 354
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.physletb.2004.05.047

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