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Parametrization of lepton mixing matrix in terms of deviations from bi-maximal and tri-bimaximl mixing

  title={Parametrization of lepton mixing matrix in terms of deviations from bi-maximal and tri-bimaximl mixing},
  author={Chandan Duarah and K. Sashikanta Singh and N. Nimai Singh},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
We parametrize lepton mixing matrix, known as PMNS matrix, in terms of three parameters which account deviations of three mixing angles from their bi-maximal or tri-bimaximal values. On the basis of this parametrization we can determine corresponding charged lepton mixing matrix in terms of those three parameters which can deviate bi-maximal or tri-bimaximal mixing. We find that the charged lepton mixing matrices which can deviate bi-maximal mixing matrix and tri-bimaximal mixing matrix exhibit… 

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