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HW: Consider two flavor-mixing case involving electron and muon neutrinos. Taking: ' 612:320 ' A(m12)2=8><10'5 9V2 ' =8 GeV (parameters...

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find the probability of observing electron neutrinos at L=810 km. Assume that the original neutrino beam at t=0 (L=0) consists of electron neutrinos only. What is the probability of observing electron neutrinos at L=2000 km?

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HW: Consider two flavor-mixing case involving electron
and muon neutrinos. Taking: ' 612:320
' A(m12)2=8><10'5 9V2
' =8 GeV (parameters of Nova experiment), find the probability of
observing electron neutrinos at L=810 km. Assume
that the original neutrino beam at i=0 (L=0) consists
of electron neutrinos only. What is the probability of
observing electron neutrinos at L=2000 km?

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  • please correct the value of E to 8 *10^9, the final answer is supposed to 0.000398^2 = 1.585^10-7 . sorry for the error.
    • okiyaiomuse
    • Apr 03, 2018 at 2:51am
  • sorry for the error...if you have any question please feel free to ask. Rate my answer please.
    • okiyaiomuse
    • Apr 03, 2018 at 3:00am

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