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      Bi-maximal Neutrino Mixing Pattern Reexamined

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          I propose a simple extension of the bi-maximal neutrino mixing pattern, allowing slight coupling between solar and atmospheric neutrino oscillations as well as large CP violation. The new scenario is compatible with either the vacuum oscillation solution or the large-angle MSW solution to the solar neutrino

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          Where do we stand with solar neutrino oscillations?

          We determine the neutrino parameters for MSW and vacuum oscillations (active and sterile neutrinos) that are allowed by the separate, and collective, imposition of the constraints from total event rates in the chlorine, GALLEX, SAGE, and SuperKamiokande experiments (504 days), the SuperKamiokande electron energy spectrum, and the SuperKamiokande zenith-angle dependence. The small mixing angle MSW solution is acceptable at the 7% C.L. (8% for sterile nu's) and the vacuum solution is acceptable at the 6% C.L. . The best-fit global MSW solution for active neutrinos is: Delta m^2 = 5 x 10^-6 eV^2, sin^2 (2 theta) = 5.5 x 10^{-3} (and for sterile neutrinos: Delta m^2 = 4 x 10^-6 eV^2, sin^2 (2 theta) = 7 x 10^-3). For vacuum oscillations, the best-fit solution is: Delta m^2 = 6.5 x 10^-11 eV^2, sin^2 (2 theta) = 0.75 . An arbitrary combination of undistorted (no oscillations) pp, 7Be, 8B, and CNO neutrino fluxes is inconsistent with the combined data sets at the 3.5 sigma C.L., independent of astrophysical considerations. We use improved calculations of solar model fluxes, neutrino absorption cross sections and energy spectra, and a detailed evaluation of regeneration effects.
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            27 September 1999
            1999-11-11
            10.1103/PhysRevD.61.057301
            hep-ph/9909514
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            Phys.Rev. D61 (2000) 057301
            RevTex 6 pages. Minor changes. Phys. Rev. D (in press)
            hep-ph hep-ex

            High energy & Particle physics

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