Theoretical background of neutrino oscillation, models, techniques and detectors, physics results, problems not yet fixed, perspectives.
SOX: Short distance neutrino Oscillations with BoreXino Journal of High Energy Physics volume 2013, Article number: 38 (2013) Open Access Published: 08 August 2013 [doi:10.1007/JHEP08(2013)038] (preprint on arXiv) Abstract The very low radioactive background of the Borexino detector, its large
Borexino and solar neutrinos G. Bellini, A. Ianni, G. Ranucci La Rivista del Nuovo Cimento volume 35, issue 9, pages 481–537 (September 2012) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1393/ncr/i2012-10080-y Summary The neutrino oscillation is one of the most important insights of the last decades in
Absence of a day-night asymmetry in the 7Be solar neutrino rate in Borexino Physics Letters B, Volume 707, Issue 1, 16 January 2012, Pages 22-26 – ISSN 0370-2693 (Submitted 18 October 2011, Revised 10 November 2011, Accepted 13 November 2011, Available
Borexino homes in on neutrino oscillations (CERN Courier) Experiment at Gran Sasso provides key evidence for the solar-neutrino problem. The mystery of the “missing” solar neutrinos arose in the 1970s when the pioneering experiment by Raymond Davis and colleagues in the Homestake
First real time detection of 7Be solar neutrinos by Borexino Physics Letters B Volume 658, Issue 4, 3 January 2008, Pages 101-108 doi:10.1016/j.physletb.2007.09.054 Submitted 10 August 2007, Revised 12 September 2007, Accepted 20 September 2007, Available online 5 October 2007 (local