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A model of superluminal neutrinos

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A model of superluminal neutrinos

Auteurs : D. Marfatia [États-Unis] ; H. P S [Allemagne] ; S. Pakvasa [États-Unis] ; T. J. Weiler [États-Unis]

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Motivated by the tentative observation of superluminal neutrinos by the OPERA experiment, we present a model of active-sterile neutrino oscillations in which sterile neutrinos are superluminal and active neutrinos appear superluminal by virtue of neutrino mixing. The model demonstrates some interesting possibilities and challenges that apply to a large class of models aiming to explain the OPERA result.
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