Neutrino masses from large extra dimensions

@article{ArkaniHamed2001NeutrinoMF,
  title={Neutrino masses from large extra dimensions},
  author={Nima Arkani-Hamed and Savas Dimopoulos and G. R. Dvali and John March-Russell},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2001},
  volume={65},
  pages={024032-024040}
}
Recently it was proposed that the standard model (SM) degrees of freedom reside on a (3 + 1)-dimensional wall or ''3-brane'' embedded in a higher-dimensional spacetime. Furthermore, in this picture it is possible for the fundamental Planck mass M* to be as small as the weak scale M* approximate or equal to O(TeV) and the observed weakness of gravity at long distances is due the existence of new sub-millimeter spatial dimensions. We show that in this picture it is natural to expect neutrino… Expand
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