Quantum correlations in neutrino oscillations
We investigate quantum correlations in the context of neutrino oscillations, with specific reference to Daya-Bay and MINOS experiments. We compute the non-local advantage of quantum coherence -- a valuable quantum resource -- for the two experiments, within the wave-packet approach. We find that this kind of non-local correlation may persist at long distances, when oscillations are washed out, depending on the value of the mixing angle.
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