Testing mass-varying neutrinos with reactor experiments

@inproceedings{Schwetz2005TestingMN,
  title={Testing mass-varying neutrinos with reactor experiments},
  author={Thomas Schwetz and Walter Winter},
  year={2005}
}
We propose that reactor experiments could be used to constrain the environment dependence of neutrino mass and mixing parameters, which could be induced due to an acceleron coupling to matter fields. There are several short-baseline reactor experiment projects with different fractions of air and earth matter along the neutrino path. Moreover, the short baselines, in principle, allow the physical change of the material between source and detector. Hence, such experiments offer the possibility… CONTINUE READING

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