Octant sensitivity for large θ13 in atmospheric and long-baseline neutrino experiments View Full Text


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2013-06-04

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Animesh Chatterjee, Pomita Ghoshal, Srubabati Goswami, Sushant K. Raut

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One of the unknown parameters in neutrino oscillation studies is the octant of the atmospheric neutrino mixing angle θ23. In this paper, we discuss the possibility of determining the octant of θ23 in the long-baseline experiments T2K and NOνA in conjunction with future atmospheric neutrino detectors, in the light of non-zero value of θ13 measured by reactor experiments. We consider two detector technologies for atmospheric neutrinos — magnetized iron calorimeter and non-magnetized Liquid Argon Time Projection Chamber. We present the octant sensitivity for T2K/NOνA and atmospheric neutrino experiments separately as well as the combined sensitivity. For the long-baseline experiments, a precise measurement of θ13, which can exclude degenerate solutions in the wrong octant, increases the sensitivity drastically. For θ23 = 39° and sin2 2θ13 = 0.1, at least ~ 2σ sensitivity can be achieved by T2K + NOνA for all values of δCP for both normal and inverted hierarchy. For atmospheric neutrinos, the moderately large value of θ13 measured in the reactor experiments is conducive to octant sensitivity because of enhanced matter effects. A magnetized iron detector can give a 2σ octant sensitivity for 500 kT yr exposure for θ23 = 39°, δCP = 0 and normal hierarchy. This increases to 3σ for both hierarchies by combining with T2K and NOνA. This is due to a preference of different θ23 values at the minimum χ2 by T2K/NOνA and atmospheric neutrino experiments. A Liquid Argon type detector for atmospheric neutrinos with the same exposure can give higher octant sensitivity, due to the interplay of muon and electron contributions and superior resolutions. We obtain a ~ 3σ sensitivity for θ23 = 39° for normal hierarchy. This increases to ≿ 4σ for all values of δCP if combined with T2K/NOνA. For inverted hierarchy the combined sensitivity is around 3σ. More... »

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