I report on the initial results from a measurement of the anti-neutrino flux and spectrum from the three reactors of the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station using a segmented gadolinium-loaded scintillation detector at a distance of about 800 m. We find that the anti-neutrino flux agrees with that predicted in the absence of oscillations, excluding at 90% CL oscillations with for maximal mixing and for large Our results support the conclusion that the atmospheric neutrino oscillations observed by Super-Kamiokande do not involve I will also give a short overview of the present status of the next generation long baseline reactor neutrino experiment, KamLAND.
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Research Article| December 12 2000
Results from the Palo Verde neutrino experiment
AIP Conf. Proc. 549, 795–799 (2000)
J. Wolf, Palo Verde Collaboration; Results from the Palo Verde neutrino experiment. AIP Conf. Proc. 12 December 2000; 549 (1): 795–799. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1345368
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