Studies of Quantum Mechanical Coherency Effects in Neutrino-Nucleus Elastic Scattering
Neutrino-nucleus elastic scattering provides a unique laboratory to study the quantum mechanical coherency effects in electroweak interactions. We present the detailed study and formulation of coherency effects, relate this to nuclear form factors and experimental cross-section ratios. We also characterize how the energy dependence of coherence factor leads to complementary among measurements at various neutrino sources with different targets. Latest results and prospects of observing this process at the Kuo-Sheng Reactor Neutrino Laboratory with germanium detectors with O(100 eV) threshold are also discussed.
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