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|Title:||Atmospheric neutrinos as a probe of CPT violation|
|Publisher:||ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV|
|Citation:||PHYSICS LETTERS B, 597(3-4), 356-361|
|Abstract:||We show that atmospheric neutrinos can provide a sensitive and robust probe of CPT violation (CPTV). We perform realistic event-rate calculations and study the variations of the ratio of total muon to antimuon survival rates with LIE and L (L drop baseline length, E drop neutrino energy) in a detector capable of identifying the muon charge. We demonstrate that measurements of these ratios when coupled with the significant L and E range which characterizes the atmospheric neutrino spectrum provides a method of both detecting the presence of such violations and putting bounds on them which compare very favorably with those possible from a future neutrino factory. (C) 2004|
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