Neutrinos as the Particles with Mixed Interaction and Prediction of Large Neutrino-Neutrino Collisional Cross-Section


When the electrically charged elementary particles of “normal” matter like protons and electrons mutually interact, their masses interact gravitationally and charge electrically. There is no interaction between the mass of one and charge of other particle. In this paper, we describe a prediction of the existence of a “pseudo-charge” of the same size as the common elementary electric charge, which seems to be possessed by neutrinos. If the prediction is relevant to the reality, the pseudo-charge interacts with the mass of normal particle in the interaction between this particle and neutrino. Consequently, the cross-section in a collision between neutrino and particle of normal matter is many orders of magnitude lower than that in the mutual collisions of normal-matter particles. However, the pseudo-charge of one neutrino interacts with the pseudo-charge of other neutrino in a mutual interaction of neutrinos and, consequently, their collisional cross-section is predicted to be again relatively large, essentially the same as that in, e.g., electron-electron collisions. We propose an experimental verification of the possible existence of neutrinic pseudo-charge with the help of two mutually crossing neutrino beams.

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Neslušan, L. (2015) Neutrinos as the Particles with Mixed Interaction and Prediction of Large Neutrino-Neutrino Collisional Cross-Section. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 1756-1767. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.612177.

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