[ US /nuˈtɹinoʊ/ ]
[ UK /njuːtɹˈiːnə‍ʊ/ ]
  1. an elementary, electrically neutral particle with a very small mass
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  • It will house researchers from fields as diverse as neutrino astronomy, cosmology, seismology and atmospheric physics.
  • The discovery of neutrino masses were a surprise, but fit nicely in the standard model if there is new physics at (unreachably) high energies. Guest Post: David E. Kaplan on the LHC on the History Channel
  • Also there is six kind of lepton, that is electron (e), muon (µ), tau (t), neutrino-electron (? New Blogs and RSS Feeds
  • Neutrinos are thought to weigh less than 20 eV, if anything.
  • This is badly broken in the charged lepton sector, so one can write explicitly what the Lagrangian is, and the neutrino Majorana matrix respects the muon-tauon interchange, whereas the charged matrix does not. A Quantum Diaries Survivor
  • Scientists became alerted to the existence of the third, tau neutrino in 1977 with the discovery of the tau lepton.
  • They said they measured a subatomic particle, called a neutrino, traveling faster than the speed of light.
  • The neutrino, although not directly observed, was a theoretical necessity.
  • There are a certain amount of electron neutrino events inherent in the beam, which come from kaon decays. MiniBooNE Neutrino Result - Guest Blog from Heather Ray
  • The proton and the neutron are baryons; the electron, the muon, and the neutrino are leptons; whilst the pions are mesons.
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