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IFAE 2006 pp 57-63 | Cite as

Physics with Neutrino Beams

  • Mauro Mezzetto
Conference paper

Abstract

Artificial neutrino beams had been first introduced in high energy physics at Brookhaven in the 60’s with the classical experiment that led to the discovery of the two neutrino families [1]. The first neutrino beam setup as we know today was realized at CERN in the 70’s, and led to another milestone in h.e.p.: the discovery of the weak neutral currents [2]. Since then neutrino beams had been widely used to measure the electroweak parameters, structure functions, neutrino cross sections etc.

Keywords

Neutrino Oscillation Sterile Neutrino Neutrino Beam Neutrino Mass Hierarchy Neutrino Factory 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mauro Mezzetto
    • 1
  1. 1.INFN - Sezione di PadovaItaly

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