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|Abstract:||The large size and the very low radioactive background of solar neutrino detectors such as Borexino at the Gran Sasso Laboratory in Italy offer a unique opportunity to probe the existence of neutrino oscillations into new sterile components by means of carefully designed and well calibrated anti-neutrino and neutrino artificial sources. In this paper we briefly summarise the key elements of the SOX experiment, a program for the search of sterile neutrinos (and other short distance effects) by means of a (144) Ce- Pr-144 anti-neutrino source and, possibly in the medium term future, with a Cr-51 neutrino source.|
|Citation:||Pallavicini, Marco, Collaboration, Borexino-SOX. (2017). Solar neutrino detectors as sterile neutrino hunters. XXVII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NEUTRINO PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS (NEUTRINO2016), 888 (10.1088/1742-6596/888/1/012018|
|Type of Material:||Journal Article|
|Journal/Proceeding Title:||XXVII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NEUTRINO PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS (NEUTRINO2016)|
|Version:||Final published version. Article is made available in OAR by the publisher's permission or policy.|
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