Neutrino Scattering at High Energies
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The construction of a high energy (~100 GeV), sign-selected neutrino beam opens exciting opportunities to search for beyond-standard-model physics as well as to make valuable QCD measurements. Such a beam can be produced at the Tevatron or, potentially, at the CERN SPS+. The resulting physics would be unique and complementary to the present neutrino program. Here we use neutrino-electron scattering as an example.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Physics
AIP Conference Proceedings; v. 1222
American Institute of Physics
Conrad, J. M. “Neutrino Scattering at High Energies.” Ed. Daniel Kaplan, Maury Goodman, & Zack Sullivan. AIP Conference Proceedings 1222.1 (2010) : 262-264. © 2010 American Institute of Physics
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