Authors: ADAMOU OUSMANE MANGA, ALMOUSTAPHA ABOUBACAR
Abstract: The differential cross section of quasi-elastic neutrino scattering by nuclei is computed. The numerical analysis of energy dependence of the spin asymmetry, the angular electron-neutrino (e\nu) correlation and the charge asymmetry coefficients shows that the relative contribution of the second-class current (SCC) tensor form factor can reach some tens of percents in the case of particular values of final nuclei alignment and polarization.
Keywords: Second-class currents, nuclei polarization, neutrino scattering, spin asymmetry and e\nu correlation
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