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Fernández de Salas, Pablo; Lattanzi, Massimiliano; Mangano, Gianpiero; Miele, Gennaro; Pastor Carpi, Sergio; Pisanti, Ofelia
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We consider the case of very low reheating scenarios (TRH∼(MeV)) with a better calculation of the production of the relic neutrino background (with three-flavor oscillations). At 95% confidence level, a lower bound on the reheating temperature TRH>4.1 MeV is obtained from Big Bang Nucleosynthesis, while TRH>4.3 MeV from Planck data for very light (∑mi=0.06 eV) neutrinos. If neutrino masses are allowed to vary, Planck data yield TRH>4.7 MeV, the most stringent bound on the reheating temperature to date. Neutrino masses as large as 1 eV are possible for very low reheating temperatures

    Fernández de Salas, Pablo Lattanzi, Massimiliano Mangano, Gianpiero Miele, Gennaro Pastor Carpi, Sergio Pisanti, Ofelia 2015 Bounds on very low reheating scenarios after Planck Physical Review D 92 123534-1 123534-9
http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.92.123534

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