Department of Physics & Astronomy
University of New Mexico

Physics and Astronomy Colloquium

Neutrinos, Light and Heavy

Presented by Boris J Kayser, FNAL

The known neutrinos appear to be exceedingly light. However, some models suggest that there may also exist much heavier neutrinos, whose decays could be studied. These decays could tell us whether neutrinos, unlike the other elementary particles, are their own antiparticles.

3:30 pm, Friday, January 28, 2022
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