Can a spontaneous collapse in flavour oscillations be tested at KLOE?
University of Vienna, Faculty of Physics, Boltzmanngasse 5, 1090 Vienna, Austria.
Published online: 5 January 2018
Why do we never see a table in a superposition of here and there? This problem gets a solution by so called collapse models assuming the collapse as a genuinely physical process. Here we consider two specific collapse models and apply them to systems at high energies, i.e. flavour oscillating neutral meson systems. We find on one hand a potentially new interpretation of the decay rates introduced by hand in the standard formalism and on the other hand that these systems at high energies constrain by experimental data the possible collapse scenarios.
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