Authors: William L. Stubbs
The solar neutrino problem for the various neutrino detectors appears to lie in not understanding and analyzing adequately how the neutrinos interact with the various detector materials. The measured data were not properly interpreted, resulting in miscalculation of the neutrino fluxes measured. This gave the appearance of the detectors not seeing fractions of the neutrinos expected. By modeling nucleons as collections of electron-like and positron-like particles, I show that the 37Cl, 71Ga, H2O and D2O detectors all saw the electron neutrino flux predicted by the Standard Solar Model.
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