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Gravireggeons in extra dimensionsand interaction of ultra-high energy cosmic neutrinos with nucleons

  • A. V. KisselevEmail author
  • V. A. Petrov
theoretical physics

Abstract.

We present the results on non-perturbative quantum gravity effects related to extra dimensions which can be comparable, in some cases, with the SM contributions, e.g. in lepton-lepton or lepton-nucleon scattering. The case of cosmic neutrino gravitational interaction with atmospheric nucleons is considered in detail.

Keywords

Quantum Gravity Extra Dimension Gravity Effect Gravitational Interaction Quantum Gravity Effect 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute for High Energy PhysicsProtvinoRussia

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