Double Beta Decay(neutrinoless)

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In summary, double beta decay(neutrinoless) is a rare nuclear process that involves two simultaneous beta decays without the emission of neutrinos. It is important because it can provide insight into the nature of neutrinos and the fundamental properties of matter. The main difference between double beta decay(neutrinoless) and normal beta decay is the absence of neutrino emission. It is detected through the measurement of energy and momentum of the emitted particles. Potential applications of research on double beta decay(neutrinoless) include advancements in nuclear physics, astrophysics, particle physics, and practical applications in various technologies.
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Double Beta Decay with Neutrino emition or Neutrinoless

I want some papers regarding this effect. Experimental and Theoritical if possible.. Especially for the second. Everyone who can help me: Thank you...
 
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What is double beta decay(neutrinoless)?

Double beta decay(neutrinoless) is a nuclear process in which an atom undergoes two simultaneous beta decays without the emission of any neutrinos. It is a rare type of radioactive decay that occurs in certain unstable atomic nuclei.

Why is double beta decay(neutrinoless) important?

Double beta decay(neutrinoless) is important because it can provide insight into the nature of neutrinos and their role in the universe. It can also help us understand the fundamental properties of matter and the stability of atomic nuclei.

What is the difference between double beta decay(neutrinoless) and normal beta decay?

The main difference between double beta decay(neutrinoless) and normal beta decay is the absence of neutrino emission in the former. In normal beta decay, a neutrino is emitted along with an electron or positron, whereas in double beta decay(neutrinoless), no neutrinos are emitted.

How is double beta decay(neutrinoless) detected?

Double beta decay(neutrinoless) is detected through the measurement of the energy and momentum of the two electrons or positrons emitted during the decay process. This can be done using specialized detectors, such as semiconductor detectors or scintillation detectors.

What are the potential applications of double beta decay(neutrinoless) research?

Research on double beta decay(neutrinoless) has potential applications in the fields of nuclear physics, astrophysics, and particle physics. It can also have practical applications in the development of new technologies, such as neutrino detectors for use in medical imaging or nuclear waste management.

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