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Physics with a very first low-energy beta-beam

Abstract : We describe the importance of having low-energy (10-100 MeV) neutrino beams produced through the decay of boosted radioactive ions (``beta-beams''). We focus on the interest for neutrino-nucleus interaction studies and their impact for astrophysics, nuclear and particle physics. In particular, we discuss the relation to neutrinoless double-beta decay. Finally, we mention the status as far as the feasibility of low-energy beta-beams is concerned.
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C. Volpe. Physics with a very first low-energy beta-beam. 7th International Workshop on Neutrino Factories and Superbeams (NuFact 05), Jun 2005, Frascati, Italy. pp.1-5. ⟨in2p3-00087647⟩



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