What happens if an electron neutrino reacts with a muon antineutrino?

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What happens when a neutrino of one lepton type reacts with the antineutrino of another lepton type...or would they react at all?
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https://physics.stackexchange.com/qu...ion-and-bosons
Not sure but maybe have a look through this. Of course, for annihilation it would have to be both electron or both muon neutrino/antineutrinos
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(Original post by tej3141)
https://physics.stackexchange.com/qu...ion-and-bosons
Not sure but maybe have a look through this. Of course, for annihilation it would have to be both electron or both muon neutrino/antineutrinos
Ahah yeah the discussion in the link is just about annihilation and I'm aware that you'd require a neutrino and anti neutrino of the same type for that. Thanks tho
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