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    • Decays of a leptophobic gauge boson 

      Georgi, Howard; Glashow, Sheldon Lee (Elsevier BV, 1996)
      We discuss the theory and phenomenology of decays of a leptophobic U(1) X gauge boson X, such as has been proposed to explain the alleged deviations of R b and R c from standard model predictions. If the scalars involved ...
    • Disentangling Neutrino Oscillations 

      Cohen, Andrew; Glashow, Sheldon L.; Ligeti, Zoltan (Elsevier, 2009)
      The theory underlying neutrino oscillations has been described at length in the literature. The neutrino state produced by a weak decay is usually portrayed as a linear superposition of mass eigenstates with, variously, ...
    • Equivalence Principle's Test with Improved Accuracy using a Cryogenic Differential Accelerometer Installed on a Pendulum. 

      Iafolla, V.A.; Fiorenza, E.; Lefevre, C.; Lucchesi, D.M.; Lucente, M.; Magnafico, C.; Nozzoli, S.; Peron, R.; Santoli, F.; Lorenzini, Enrico C.; Milyukov, Vadim; Shapiro, Irwin I.; Glashow, Sheldon Lee (2013)
      We present here a concept for a new experimental test of the Weak Equivalence Principle (WEP) carried out in the gravity field of the Sun. Two test masses of different materials are the central elements of a differential ...
    • Neutrinos on Earth and in the heavens 

      Georgi, Howard; Glashow, Sheldon Lee (American Physical Society (APS), 2000)
      Recent data lead us to a simple and intriguing form of the neutrino mass matrix. In particular, we find solar neutrino oscillations to be nearly maximal (and rule out the small-angle MSW explanation of solar neutrino ...
    • Soft superweak CP violation and the strong CP puzzle 

      Georgi, Howard; Glashow, Sheldon Lee (Elsevier BV, 1999)
      We discuss a class of models in which CP is violated softly in a heavy sector adjoined to the standard model. Heavy-sector loops produce the observed CP violation in kaon physics, yielding a tiny and probably undetectable ...