Boehm, F. and Vogel, P. (1984) Low-energy neutrino physics and neutrino mass. Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science, 34 . pp. 125-153. ISSN 0163-8998 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:BOEarnps84
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Among the principal concerns in neutrino physics today are the questions of whether neutrinos are massive and, if so, whether the neutrinos emitted in a weak decay are pure or mixed quantum states. The concept of mixed neutrinos has been with us for more than 20 years, having first been introduced by Maki et al (1) and by Pontecorvo (2) following demonstration in 1962 that more than one type (flavor) of neutrino existed. After having been dormant for some time, the interest in these issues was reborn in recent years with the advent of grand unified theories, which predict nonvanishing neutrino mass and which can accommodate eutrino mixing, in a natural way. Controversial experiments also refueled the excitment (and consternation) of researchers in this endeavor.
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