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Masataka Fukugita, Tsutomu Yanagida
Physics of Neutrinos
And Applications to Astrophysics

The only book that treats most recent aspects of neutrino physics at the same time presenting the theory in detail and using applications in nuclear and particle physics and astrophysics as a guiding principle.

This book provides a survey of the current state of research into the physics of neutrinos. It is presented in a form accessible to non-specialists and graduate students, but will also be useful as a handbook for researchers in this field. The reader finds here a global view of the areas of physics in which neutrinos play important roles, including astrophysics and cosmology.

The book is intendedto be self-contained: Starting from the standard theory of electroweak interactions, the key notions are explained in detail and the fundamental equations are derived explicitly, so that readers can understand their precise content and implications.Prime emphasis is given to models of massive neutrinos and to the magnetic moment of the neutrino. The first eight chapters deal mostly with well-established knowledge whilst later chapters probe into the most recent research problems.

The book is well-suited for classroom work.

Table of Contents
  • Historical Introduction
  • Standard Theory of Electroweak Interactions
  • Applications of the Electroweak Theory
  • Neutrino Sources and Detections
  • Properties of the Neutrino
  • Massive Neutrinos
  • Quantisation of the Majorana Field
  • Generation Mixing of Neutrinos
  • Models for Massive Neutrinos
  • Magnetic Moment of the Neutrino
  • Baryon Asymmetry in the Universe and Neutrinos

Springer Berlin, 2003, 584 S.
96,25 Euro
ISBN: 978-3-540-43800-7

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