New scientific findings confirm the confusion observed in previous experiments, which may point to new unconfirmed particles, sterile neutrino, or suggest the need for a new definition of a typical natural model, such as the neutrino cross-category, which was first measured 60 years ago. Los Alamos National Laboratory is a leading American institution working with the Baksan Experiment on Sterile Transitions (BEST), the results of which were recently published in the journals Physical Review Letters and Physical Review C.
“The results are very exciting,” said Steve Elliott, a leading analyst at one of the data analysis teams and a member of the Los Alamos’ Physics category. “This really confirms the irregularities we have seen in previous tests. But what this means is not clear. There are now conflicting results regarding sterile neutrinos. If the results show that nuclear physics or atomic physics are not well understood, that would be very exciting. ” Other members of the Los Alamos group include Ralph Massarczyk and Inwood Kim.
Over a mile underground at the Baksan Neutrino Observatory in the Russian Caucasus Mountains, BEST used 26 irradiated discs of chromium 51, synthetic chromium radioisotope, and a 3.4 megacurie source of electron neutrinos, emissions outside a soft gallium tank. A silver medal was also used in previous experiments, although it was previously in the same tank. The reaction between electron neutrinos from chromium 51 and gallium produces isotope germanium 71.
Based on theoretical comparisons, the estimated production rate of germanium 71 was 20-24% lower than expected. That difference is consistent with the abnormalities observed in previous experiments.
THE BEST is based on the solar neutrino study, the Soviet-American Gallium Experiment (SAGE), in which the Los Alamos National Laboratory played a significant role, dating back to the late 1980s. The experiment also used gallium sources and high-intensity neutrino. The results of that study and others showed a deficiency of electron neutrinos – the difference between the predicted effects and the actual results known as the “gallium anomaly.” Definition of deficiency may be evidence of a distinction between electron neutrino and sterile neutrino circuits.
The same confusion is repeated in the BEST test. Possible explanations also include oscillation into a sterile neutrino. Imagine particles can form an integral part of a black object, a type of imaginable matter formed to create a large part of the physical universe. That translation may require further testing, however, because the dimensions of each tank were almost identical, albeit slower than expected.
Other definitions of anomaly include the possibility of a misunderstanding of the theory of the experiment – that physics itself needs to be redefined. Elliott points out that the opposing phase of electron neutrino has never been measured in this force. For example, the theoretical input to calculate the opposite degree, which is difficult to confirm, is the density of electrons in the nucleus of an atom.
The test method has been carefully reviewed to ensure no errors have been made in the research features, such as radiation setting or calculation system performance. Future re-testing, if performed, may include:
• Different high-intensity radiation sources.
• Sensitivity to short-wave oscillation waves.