Dirac leptonic angle matrix versus Majorana leptonic angle matrix and their renormalization group running behaviors

@article{Luo2012DiracLA,
  title={Dirac leptonic angle matrix versus Majorana leptonic angle matrix and their renormalization group running behaviors},
  author={Shu Luo},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2012},
  volume={85},
  pages={013006}
}
  • S. Luo
  • Published 20 September 2011
  • Physics
  • Physical Review D
National Basic Research Program (973 Program) of China [2009CB824800]; National Natural Science Foundation of China [11105113]; Fujian Provincial Natural Science Foundation [2011J05012]; China Postdoctoral Science Foundation [201104340] 
10 Citations
Leptonic unitarity triangles: RGE running effects and μ−τ reflection symmetry breaking
  • J. Zhu
  • Physics
    Physical Review D
  • 2019
There are six leptonic unitarity triangles (LUTs) defined by six orthogonality conditions of the three-family lepton flavor mixing matrix in the complex plane. In the framework of the standard model
Leptonic Unitarity Triangles and Effective Mass Triangles of the Majorana Neutrinos
Abstract Given the best-fit results of six neutrino oscillation parameters, we plot the Dirac and Majorana unitarity triangles (UTs) of the 3 × 3 lepton flavor mixing matrix to show their real shapes
Texture Zeros for Dirac Neutrinos and Current Experimental Tests
The Daya Bay and RENO reactor neutrino experiments have revealed that the smallest neutrino mixing angle is in fact relatively large, i.e. θ13 ≈9°. Motivated by this exciting progress, we perform a
Flavor structures of charged fermions and massive neutrinos
Most of the free parameters in the Standard Model (SM) --- a quantum field theory which has successfully elucidated the behaviors of strong, weak and electromagnetic interactions of all the known
Quark Mass Hierarchy and Flavor Mixing Puzzles
The fact that quarks of the same electric charge possess a mass hierarchy is a big puzzle in particle physics, and it must be highly correlated with the hierarchy of quark flavor mixing. This chapter
Implications of the Daya Bay observation of θ_(13) on the leptonic flavor mixing structure and CP violation
The Daya Bay collaboration has recently reported its first (nu) over bar (e) -> (nu) over bar (e) oscillation result which points to theta(13) similar or equal to 8.8 degrees +/- 0.8 degrees
Radiative decays of charged leptons as constraints of unitarity polygons for active-sterile neutrino mixing and CP violation
We calculate the rates of radiative $\beta^- \to \alpha^- + \gamma$ decays for $(\alpha, \beta) = (e, \mu)$, $(e, \tau)$ and $(\mu, \tau)$ by taking the {\it unitary} gauge in the $(3+n)$
Analytical approximations for matter effects on CP violation in the accelerator-based neutrino oscillations with E ≲ 1 GeV
A bstractGiven an accelerator-based neutrino experiment with the beam energy E ≲ 1 GeV, we expand the probabilities of νμ → νe and ν¯μ→ν¯e$$ {\overline{\nu}}_{\mu}\to {\overline{\nu}}_e $$
Constraining Astrophysical Neutrino Flavor Composition from Leptonic Unitarity
The recent IceCube observation of ultra-high-energy astrophysical neutrinos has begun the era of neutrino astronomy. In this work, using the unitarity of leptonic mixing matrix, we derive nontrivial
J C A P 1 2 ( 2 0 1 4 ) 0 3 9 ournal of C osmology and A stroparticle P hysics
The recent IceCube observation of ultra-high-energy astrophysical neutrinos has begun the era of neutrino astronomy. In this work, using the unitarity of leptonic mixing matrix, we derive nontrivial