Neutrino minimal standard model

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The neutrino minimal standard model (often abbreviated as νMSM) is an extension of the Standard Model of particle physics, by the addition of three right-handed neutrinos with masses smaller than the electroweak scale. Introduced by Takehiko Asaka and Mikhail Shaposhnikov in 2005.,[1] it has provided a highly constrained model for many topics in physics and cosmology, such as baryogenesis and neutrino oscillations.


  1. ^ Asaka, Takehiko; Shaposhnikov, Mikhail (2005). "The νMSM, Dark Matter and Baryon Asymmetry of the Universe". Physics Letters B. 620 (1–2): 17–26. arXiv:hep-ph/0505013. Bibcode:2005PhLB..620...17A. doi:10.1016/j.physletb.2005.06.020.

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