Neutrino quantum decoherence at reactor experiments.
March 31, 2022
Reactor experiments are well suited to probe the possible loss of coherence of neutrino oscillations due to wave-packets separation. We discuss how decoherence modifies neutrino oscillation probabilities. We focus on the reactor experiments RENO, Daya Bay and KamLAND and discuss how well these experiments can constrain decoherence effects. We also present expected sensitivities for the future experiment JUNO.
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