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Neutrino Physics Overview by J. W. F. Valle

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Neutrino Physics Overview
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 43

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Seesaw-type and low-scale models of neutrino masses are reviewed, along with the corresponding structure of the lepton mixing matrix. The status of neutrino oscillation parameters as of June 2006 is given, including recent fluxes, as well as latest SNO, K2K and MINOS results. Some prospects for the next generation of experiments are given.

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