# CPT and CP properties of Majorana particles, and the consequences

@article{Kayser1983CPTAC,
title={CPT and CP properties of Majorana particles, and the consequences},
author={B. Kayser and A. Goldhaber},
journal={Physical Review D},
year={1983},
volume={28},
pages={2341-2344}
}
• Published 1983
• Physics
• Physical Review D
• Since a Majorana neutrino is its own antiparticle under $\mathrm{CPT}$, rather than $C$, an analysis of the $\mathrm{CPT}$ and $\mathrm{CP}$ characteristics of a Majorana particle is performed. The $\mathrm{CPT}$ transformation properties of a Majorana particle of arbitrary spin are obtained in a very simple way. Implications of these properties for the electromagnetic matrix elements of Majorana particles of spin \textonehalf{} are derived. Finally, the question of when different Majorana… CONTINUE READING
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