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Physics of Atomic Nuclei

, Volume 73, Issue 6, pp 996–1014 | Cite as

High-energy cosmic neutrinos and extra spatial dimensions

  • A. V. Kisselev
Elementary Particles and Fields Theory

Abstract

Theories featuring extra spatial dimensions are considered, and scattering cross sections in such theories are estimated. The role of high-energy cosmic neutrinos in discovering effects associated with extra dimensions is emphasized. Neutrino detectors, their sensitivity to diffuse neutrino fluxes, and expected limits on the fundamental gravity scale are described.

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Black Hole Large Hadron Collider Extra Dimension Neutrino Telescope Cherenkov Light 
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