Three-flavor oscillation solutions for the solar neutrino problem

@article{Schlattl2001ThreeflavorOS,
  title={Three-flavor oscillation solutions for the solar neutrino problem},
  author={Helmut Schlattl},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2001},
  volume={64},
  pages={013009}
}
  • H. Schlattl
  • Published 6 February 2001
  • Physics
  • Physical Review D
The good agreement of standard solar models with helioseismology and the combined analysis of the solar neutrino experiments suggest that the solution of the solar neutrino problem is located in particle physics rather than in astrophysics. The most promising solution is neutrino oscillations, which usually are analyzed within the reduced two-flavor scheme, because the solutions found therein reasonably well reproduce the recent data of Super-Kamiokande about the recoil-electron energy spectrum… 
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