Constraint on the matter–antimatter symmetry-violating phase in neutrino oscillations

@article{AbeAkutsuAliAltAndreopoulosAnthonyAntonovaA20,
  title={Constraint on the matter–antimatter symmetry-violating phase in neutrino oscillations},
  author={K. R. A. C. C. L. M. S. A. T. Y. Y. E. T. Y. S. M. G. Abe Akutsu Ali Alt Andreopoulos Anthony Antonova A and K. Abe and Risa Akutsu and A. M. Ali and C. Alt and C. Andreopoulos and L. Anthony and M. G. Antonova and Shigeki Aoki and Akitaka Ariga and T. Arihara and Y. Asada and Y. Ashida and E. T. Atkin and Y. Awataguchi and Sei Ban and Mauricio Barbi and Gareth J. Barker and Giles David Barr and D. Barrow and Christopher Barry and M. Batkiewicz-Kwasniak and A. Beloshapkin and Francis Bench and Vincenzo Berardi and Sophie Berkman and Lukas Berns and Sampa Bhadra and S. Bienstock and Alain Blondel and Sara Bolognesi and B. Bourguille and S. B. Boyd and D. Brailsford and Alessandro Bravar and David Bravo Bergu{\~n}o and Christopher Bronner and Arkadiusz Bubak and Margherita Buizza Avanzini and J. Calcutt and Thomas B. Campbell and S. V. Cao and Susan Cartwright and M. G. Catanesi and Anselmo Cervera and Andrew Chappell and C. 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Yu and Agnieszka Zalewska and Joanna Zalipska and Krzysztof Zaremba and George Zarnecki and Marek Ziembicki and Eric D. Zimmerman and Marco Zito and Stephane Zsoldos and A. Zykova},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2020},
  volume={580},
  pages={339 - 344}
}
  • K. R. A. C. C. L. M. S. A. T. Y. Y. E. T. Y. S. M. G. Abe Akutsu Ali Alt Andreopoulos Anthony Antonova A, K. Abe, +355 authors A. Zykova
  • Published 2020
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Nature
The charge-conjugation and parity-reversal (CP) symmetry of fundamental particles is a symmetry between matter and antimatter. Violation of this CP symmetry was first observed in 19641, and CP violation in the weak interactions of quarks was soon established2. Sakharov proposed3 that CP violation is necessary to explain the observed imbalance of matter and antimatter abundance in the Universe. However, CP violation in quarks is too small to support this explanation. So far, CP violation has not… Expand
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