Neutrino Mass and Spontaneous Parity Nonconservation

@article{Mohapatra1980NeutrinoMA,
  title={Neutrino Mass and Spontaneous Parity Nonconservation},
  author={R. Mohapatra and G. Senjanovic},
  journal={Physical Review Letters},
  year={1980},
  volume={44},
  pages={912-915}
}
In weak-interaction models with spontaneous parity nonconservation, based on the gauge group $\mathrm{SU}{(2)}_{L}\ensuremath{\bigotimes}\mathrm{SU}{(2)}_{R}\ensuremath{\bigotimes}\mathrm{U}(1)$, we obtain the following formula for the neutrino mass: ${m}_{{\ensuremath{\nu}}_{e}}\ensuremath{\simeq}\frac{{{m}_{e}}^{2}}{g{m}_{{W}_{R}}}$, where ${W}_{R}$ is the gauge boson which mediates right-handed weak interactions. This formula, valid for each lepton generation, relates the maximality of… Expand

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