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Refining the Cross Section of the Gallium Neutrino Capture Reaction and the Contributions from Sterile Neutrinos for Interpreting Neutrino Data on the Gallium Anomaly

Abstract

Graphical dependencies are presented of the probability of electron neutrino preservation in a model with three active and three sterile neutrinos as a function of the neutrino distance from the source at energies, which neutrinos acquire in processes with the participation of 51Cr, 37Ar, and 65Zn nuclei. Refined values of the cross section of the reaction for neutrino capture by 71Ga nuclei are also given for interpretation and prediction of the results of experiments to verify the Gallium anomaly.

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Khruschov, V.V., Fomichev, S.V. & Semenov, S.V. Refining the Cross Section of the Gallium Neutrino Capture Reaction and the Contributions from Sterile Neutrinos for Interpreting Neutrino Data on the Gallium Anomaly. Bull. Russ. Acad. Sci. Phys. 84, 906–910 (2020). https://doi.org/10.3103/S106287382008016X

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