Measurement of the muon anti-neutrino charged current double differential cross section with no pions in the final state on water using the pi-zero detector at T2K
The T2K (Tokai to Kamioka) experiment is a long baseline neutrino oscillation experiment where a narrow band (by energy) neutrino beam of primarily muon neutrinos or muon anti-neutrinos is produced in Tokai and directed towards Kamioka in Japan. Neutrinos in the beam are first detected at the T2K near detector complex 280 m from the beam source (ND280) and then travel 295 km before being detected again at the Super-Kamiokande (Super-K) water-Cherenkov detector. In addition to measuring the flux of neutrinos in the T2K beamline en route to Super-K, other physics analyses are performed at ND280. ...
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