2019 August 23
2019 December 12
The long-baseline neutrino-oscillation experiments of next generation aim to measure with unprecedented precision the asymmetry between appearance of electron neutrinos and antineutrinos. This goal requires the differences between the cross sections for muon and electron neutrinos to be accurately accounted for. Here I present to what extend nuclear effects affect in the same way the total cross sections of muon and electron neutrinos for charged-current scattering on carbon, and describe recent findings for the double differential cross sections.