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Symmetry 14, 56 (2022)

ISSN: 2073-8994, SCIE

Neutrino Mass Spectrum: Present Indication and Future Prospect

Son Cao, Nguyen T. Hong Van, Tran V. Ngoc and Phan T. Quyen

The fact that neutrinos are massive has been the most crucial evidence of physics beyond the Standard Model of elementary particles. To date, we still do not know how neutrinos get mass and why their mass is much smaller than that of their charged fermion cousins. The precise determination of the neutrino mass spectrum has become one of the central tasks of neutrino physics, providing critical input for understanding the nature of neutrino mass and extending our model. The present landscape of the neutrino mass spectrum is reviewed and explored in this article using data from the neutrino oscillation, cosmology, and beta decay. In addition, we discuss the possibility of relevant programs elucidating the neutrino mass spectrum in the coming decades.

URL: https://doi.org/10.3390/sym14010056