Barreto, Manoel Eneas
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
November 30, 2011
This article shows that it is possible to explain the experimental results obtained both by the team responsible for the experiment Opera (\Measurement of the neutrino velocity with the OPERA detector in the CNGS beam"), about the
difference of the neutrino's flight time (2.37 x 10^-5 s and by the team responsible for the ICARUS experiment (\The search for the analogue to Cherenkov radiation by high energy neutrinos in ICARUS at superluminal"), about the dierence in energy \ compatible with a velocity dierence equal to zero "from the \ use of Voigt-Lorentz-Barreto transformations, \symmetrical from the special point of view space (x and x '), and time point of view (t and t '). For this relative time, the forecast for the area would be 7.10508126882 km. Shows, however, that the velocity, v = n, associated to the neutrino would be in the range of 299792.458600000000000000000000 7940493270300028821320014838865 4968278853464220671197361102383 34179946 km=s. The wavelength of the particle would be about 3.35042 x 10^-20 and the frequency, would be about 8.94791 x 10^+24 Hz. The period would be prescribed in the range of 1.11758 x 10^+25 s. Thus, considering that we associate the speed 299792.4586 km=s to a photon of red light (6.900 angstroms), we have the speed dierence between the two particles would be equal to 7,940493
2703000288213200148388 6549682788534642206711 9736110238334179946 x 10^-12 angstroms/s.