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Title: Neutrino mixings as a source of charged lepton flavor violations
Authors: Boyarkin, O. M.
Vasileuskaya, D. S.
Makhnach, V. V.
Махнач, В. В.
Keywords: публикации ученых
Z boson decays
charged lepton flavor violation
left-right symmetric model
heavy and light neutrinos
mixing in the neutrino sector
LHC
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Право и экономика, Республика Беларусь
Citation: Boyarkin, O. M. Neutrino mixings as a source of charged lepton flavor violations / O. M. Boyarkin, D. S. Vasileuskaya, V. V. Makhnach // Boyarkin, O. M. Neutrino mixings as a source of charged lepton flavor violations / O. M. Boyarkin, D. S. Vasileuskaya, V. V. Makhnach // Nonlinear dynamics and applications : fractals, chaos, phase transitions, self-organization : proceedings of the Twenty-Five Anniversary Seminar NPCS'2018, May 21-25, 2018, Minsk / editors: V. I. Kuvshinov, V. A. Shaparau, L. F. Babichev. – Minsk : Pravo i Ekonomika, 2018. – Vol. 24. – P. 25-32.
Abstract: Within the left–right symmetric model (LRM) the Z boson decay into the channel Z→τμ are investigated. The branching ratios of this decay is found in the third order of the perturbation theory. The obtained expression does not equal to zero only at the existence of the neutrino mixings. This means that from the point of view of the LRM, the nonconservations of the neutral and the charged lepton flavors have the same nature. As a result, the elucidation of the decays Z→lil̄ k(i≠k) could provide data concerned the neutrino sector structure of the LRM. The neutrino sector parameters which could be measured in that case are as follows: (i) difference of the heavy neutrino masses; (ii) heavy–heavy neutrino mixing; (iii) heavy–light neutrino mixing.
URI: https://libeldoc.bsuir.by/handle/123456789/37328
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