Observation of reactor electron antineutrinos disappearance in the RENO experiment.

@article{Ahn2012ObservationOR,
  title={Observation of reactor electron antineutrinos disappearance in the RENO experiment.},
  author={J. K. Ahn and S. S. Chebotaryov and J. H. Choi and S. Choi and W. Q. Choi and Y. K. Choi and Haerim Jang and J. S. Jang and Eun Ju Jeon and I. S. Jeong and Kyung Kwang Joo and B. R. Kim and B. C. Kim and Heung Sik Kim and Jun Youn Kim and Sung Baek Kim and Seon Hee Kim and Soo Young Kim and W. Kim and Yong Duk Kim and Jinho Lee and Jong Kun Lee and I. T. Lim and K. J. Ma and Myoung Youl Pac and I. G. Park and J S Park and K. S. Park and J. W. Shin and Kim Siyeon and B. S. Yang and In Sung Yeo and S. H. Yi and I. Yu},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2012},
  volume={108 19},
  pages={
          191802
        }
}
The RENO experiment has observed the disappearance of reactor electron antineutrinos, consistent with neutrino oscillations, with a significance of 4.9 standard deviations. Antineutrinos from six 2.8  GW(th) reactors at the Yonggwang Nuclear Power Plant in Korea, are detected by two identical detectors located at 294 and 1383 m, respectively, from the reactor array center. In the 229 d data-taking period between 11 August 2011 and 26 March 2012, the far (near) detector observed 17102 (154088… Expand

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