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Abstract

The solar neutrino problem has persisted for almost three decades. Recent results from Kamiokande, SAGE, and GALLEX indicate a pattern of neutrino fluxes that is very difficult to reconcile with plausible variations in standard solar models. This situation is reviewed, and suggested particle physics solutions are discussed. A summary is given of the important physics expected from SNO, SuperKamiokande, and other future experiments.

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1995-09-01
2024-06-13
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