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Energy and momentum losses in the process of neutrino scattering on plasma electrons in the presence of a magnetic field

Nickolay Mikheev and Elena Narynskaya
From the journal Open Physics

Abstract

The neutrino-electron scattering in a dense degenerate magnetized plasma under the conditions μ 2 > 2eB ≫ μE is investigated. The volume density of the neutrino energy and momentum losses due to this process are calculated. The results we have obtained demonstrate that plasma in the presence of an external magnetic field is more transparent for neutrino than for non-magnetized plasma. It is shown that neutrino scattering under conditions considered does not lead to the neutrino force acting on plasma.

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