Direct neutrino mass measurements after PLANCK
Author(s)Formaggio, Joseph A.
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The absolute mass scale of neutrinos remains an open question subject to experimental investigation from both particle physics and cosmology. Over the next decade, a number of experiments from both disciplines will attempt to probe the mass scale further to the very limits of the predictions from oscillation results. This paper provides a broad overview of the experimental program in neutrino mass scale measurements, with a particular focus on direct experimental probes due to come online over the next decade.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Physics; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Laboratory for Nuclear Science
Physics of the Dark Universe
Formaggio, J.A. “Direct Neutrino Mass Measurements after PLANCK.” Physics of the Dark Universe 4 (September 2014): 75–80.
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