A Formulation for the Two Neutrino Fields in the SU (3)
Recently the rather old problem of neutrino has been put in the new light of theoretical approaches due to the experimental discovery of the two distinct neutrinos. Particularly, being stimulated by the success of the SU(3) symmetry in the baryon family, several authors ,  have attempted to amalgamate the two distinct neutrino fields into somewhat unified schemes.
KeywordsGauge Transformation Lepton Number Majorana Neutrino Charge Operator Dirac Field
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