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Neutrino phenomenology, muon and electron (g-2) under $U(1)$ gauged symmetries in an extended inverse seesaw model

@inproceedings{Panda2022NeutrinoPM,
  title={Neutrino phenomenology, muon and electron (g-2) under \$U(1)\$ gauged symmetries in an extended inverse seesaw model},
  author={Papia Panda and Priya Mishra and Mitesh Kumar Behera and Rukmani Mohanta},
  year={2022}
}
The proposed work is an extension of the Standard Model, where we have introduced two anomaly free gauge symmetries i.e. U(1)B−L and U(1)Le−Lμ in an inverse seesaw framework. For this purpose, we have included three right handed neutrinos NiR, three neutral fermions SiL(i = 1, 2, 3) and two scalar singlet bosons (χ1, χ2). We get a definite structure for neutrino mass matrix due to the aforementioned gauge symmetries. Thus, our model is able to predict the neutrino oscillation results which are… 
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