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Neutrino tomography
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10.1119/1.4817314
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Fig. 1.

Forward scattering of an electron neutrino on an electron mediated by the charged-current interaction.

Image of Fig. 2.
Fig. 2.

The solid line is a plot of the ratio as a function of energy in units of the resonance energy. The dashed line is a plot of the ratio as a function of energy. Both curves use the vacuum mixing angle .

Image of Fig. 3.
Fig. 3.

Oscillation probability in vacuum or constant-density matter with fixed vacuum mixing angle and energy  = 100 MeV. Thebaseline is expressed in terms of the vacuum oscillation wavelength km. The solid line depicts vacuum oscillations. For the dotted line, the density is g/cm so that . For the dashed line, the density is g/cm so that .

Image of Fig. 4.
Fig. 4.

The solid curves depict the oscillation probability for 200 MeV neutrinos traveling through the density profile in Eq. (22) with g/cm and g/cm. The white areas indicate the regions of density , and the shaded areas represent the regions of density . The dashed lines represent the oscillation probability were the higher density region not present. The vacuum mixing angle is , km, and km. For (a), and . For (b), and .

Image of Fig. 5.
Fig. 5.

The solid curves depict the oscillation probability for 200 MeV neutrinos traveling through the density profile in Eq. (22) with g/cm and g/cm. The white areas indicate the regions of density , and the shaded areas represent the regions of density . The dashed lines represent the oscillation probability were the higher density region not present. The vacuum mixing angle is , km, and km. For (a), and . For (b), and .

Image of Fig. 6.
Fig. 6.

The difference in oscillation probabilities, , for km, km, and km. The vacuum mixing angle is , and the matter densities are g/cm and g/cm. The anti-neutrino energy ranges from 1 to 10 MeV. The solid curve is computed without approximation from Eq. (23) . The dashed curve is computed from the approximate expression in Eq. (29) .

Image of Fig. 7.
Fig. 7.

The magnitude of the Fourier transform of . Only positive values of are shown.

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Fig. 8.

A plane wave impinges upon a slab of thickness at normal incidence. The primed coordinates refer to positions within the slab.

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Scitation: Neutrino tomography
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