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The anti-electron neutrino is the antiparticle of the electron neutrino, and as such has an opposite charge and spin. They are emitted when a neutron turns into a proton. It has a mass of <2.2  eV. <ref>http://prd.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v84/i11/e112003</ref> Like all neutrinos, this partical is affected only by gravity and the weak nuclear force, making it extraordinarily hard to both detect and experiment upon.
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The anti-[[electron]] [[neutrino]] is the [[subatomic particle|antiparticle]] of the electron neutrino, and as such has an opposite charge and spin. They are emitted when a [[neutron]] turns into a [[proton]]. It has a mass of <2.2  eV. <ref>http://prd.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v84/i11/e112003</ref> Like all neutrinos, this particle is affected only by [[gravity]] and the [[weak nuclear force]], making it extraordinarily hard to both detect and experiment upon.
 
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Revision as of 16:08, 6 May 2013

The anti-electron neutrino is the antiparticle of the electron neutrino, and as such has an opposite charge and spin. They are emitted when a neutron turns into a proton. It has a mass of <2.2  eV. [1] Like all neutrinos, this particle is affected only by gravity and the weak nuclear force, making it extraordinarily hard to both detect and experiment upon.

References

  1. http://prd.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v84/i11/e112003