2540 km: Bimagic baseline for neutrino oscillation parameters

Dighe, Amol ; Goswami, Srubabati ; Ray, Shamayita (2010) 2540 km: Bimagic baseline for neutrino oscillation parameters Physical Review Letters, 105 (26). Article ID 261802. ISSN 0031-9007

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We show that a source-to-detector distance of 2540 km, motivated recently [S. K. Raut, R. S. Singh and S. U. Sankar, arXiv:0908.3741] for a narrow band superbeam, offers multiple advantages for a low energy neutrino factory with a detector that can identify muon charge. At this baseline, for any neutrino hierarchy, the wrong-sign muon signal is almost independent of CP violation and θ13 in certain energy ranges. This allows the identification of the hierarchy in a clean way. In addition, part of the muon spectrum is also sensitive to the CP violating phase and θ13, so that the same setup can be used to probe these parameters as well.

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