Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay and a Limit on the Right-Handed Leptonic Current
With the recent development of gauge theories, a growing interest has been focused on the nature of the neutrino. Since an observation of neutrinoless double beta (0uββ) decay would be practically the only possible evidence for the neutrino to be a Majorana particle, much effort has been devoted to the problem of nuclear ββ decay [1–4].
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- 14.D.O. Caldwell: talk presented at Int. Symp. on Nuclear Beta Decays and Neutrino, Osaka, June 11–13, 1986Google Scholar