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Neutrino Mass: Where Do We Stand, and Where Are We Going?

@article{Kayser1998NeutrinoMW,
  title={Neutrino Mass: Where Do We Stand, and Where Are We Going?},
  author={B. Kayser},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  year={1998}
}
  • B. Kayser
  • Published 1998
  • Physics
  • arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology
  • We discuss the three major hints of neutrino mass: the strong evidence of mass from the behavior of atmospheric neutrinos, the very promising further hint from the behavior of solar neutrinos, and the so-far unconfirmed hint from the LSND experiment. Then, we describe two illustrative neutrino-mass scenarios suggested by the observed hints. We identify the needed future tests of both the present hints and the neutrino-mass scenarios. 
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