Neutrino electron scattering and electroweak gauge structure: Future tests
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Miranda, O.G.; Semikoz, Victor B.; Furtado Valle, José Wagner Perfil
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Low-energy high-resolution neutrino-electron scattering experiments may play an important role in testing the gauge structure of the electroweak interaction. We propose the use of radioactive neutrino sources (e.g. 51Cr) in underground experiments such as BOREXINO, HELLAZ and LAMA. As an illustration, we display the sensitivity of these detectors in testing the possible existence of extra neutral gauge bosons, both in the framework of E_6 models and of models with left-right symmetry.

    Miranda, O.G. Semikoz, Victor B. Furtado Valle, José Wagner 1998 Neutrino electron scattering and electroweak gauge structure: Future tests Physical Review D 58 1 013007
http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.58.013007

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