Matter effect in neutrino oscillations for long-baseline experiments
Physics of Elementary Particles and Atomic Nuclei. Experiment
This paper is devoted to the matter effect and its role in Long-Baseline experiments. As examples, the NOvA and DUNE experiments will be discussed.
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