Barreto, Manoel Eneas
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
January 17, 2012
This article shows that it is possible to calculate the “rest” mass of the muon-neutrino, (m0)n, from experimental data available in the article on the “Measurement of the velocity with the OPERA neutrino detector in the CNGS beam” of flight time difference of 57, 8 ns the same with respect to the speed of light and energy associated with it for 17 Gev, and with values of (m0)n = 3, 38x10-51 kg for the body. Theorists suggest additional tests, however, that the mass of this particle is equal to (m0)n = 3, 64x10-51 kg, and is therefore equal to half the rest mass of photon provided by me since 2001 in the amount of (m0)f = 7, 28x10-51 kg.