Fermion masses, neutrino oscillations, and proton decay in the light of superKamiokande

@article{Babu1979FermionMN,
  title={Fermion masses, neutrino oscillations, and proton decay in the light of superKamiokande},
  author={K. S. Babu and Jogesh C. Pati and Frank Wilczek},
  journal={Nuclear Physics},
  year={1979},
  volume={566},
  pages={33-91}
}
Abstract Within the framework of unified gauge models, interactions responsible for neutrino masses can also provide mechanisms for nucleon instability. We discuss their implications concretely in the light of recent results on neutrino oscillation from the SuperKamiokande collaboration. We construct a predictive SO (10)-based framework that describes the masses and mixing of all quarks and leptons. An overconstrained global fit is obtained, that makes five successful predictions for quarks and… Expand
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