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“…However, it is still unclear whether they are accurate enough to make authoritative statements at the few percent level . One reason for concern is that none of the flux predictions successfully accounts for an observed "bump" in the spectrum around 5 MeV [73][74][75][76]. This highlights the fact that there are features in the reactor spectrum that are still poorly understood and raises the question to what extent they can be trusted in other parts of the spectrum.…”
Section: Reactor Neutrino Fluxesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In fact, a large number of such experiments have been carried out already in the 1980s and 1990s [132][133][134][135][136][137][138][139][140][141], typically presenting their results as a comparison between the total number of observed neutrino events and the (then state-of-the-art) theoretical prediction by Schreckenbach et al [44]. In recent years, these experiments have been superseded by multibaseline experiments, in particular Double Chooz [59,75], RENO [142,143], Daya Bay [41,60] (optimized for neutrino oscillations with ∆m 2 ∼ 1 × 10 −3 eV 2 ), DANSS [86,88], Neutrino-4 [78,79], STEREO [83], and PROSPECT [84] (optimized for oscillations with ∆m 2 ∼ 1 eV 2 ). By comparing fluxes and spectra at different baselines, these experiments can search for νe disappearance due to oscillations into sterile neutrinos without having to rely on theoretical flux predictions.…”
Section: ν E Disappearance Searchesmentioning
confidence: 99%