Neutrino masses and mixings and...
by Alessandro Strumia, Francesco Vissani
Publisher: arXiv 2010
Number of pages: 248
The authors review experimental and theoretical results related to neutrino physics with emphasis on neutrino masses and mixings, and outline possible lines of development. The physics is presented in a simple way, avoiding unnecessary verbosity, formalisms and details.
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