We revisit the phenomenology of n−n̄ oscillations in the presence of external magnetic fields, highlighting the role of spin. We show, contrary to long-held belief, that the n−n̄ transition rate need not be suppressed, opening new opportunities for its empirical study.
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[W]e acknowledge partial support by the Department of Energy Office of Nuclear Physics under Contract No. DE-FG02-96ER40989.
Gardner, Susan and Jafari, Ehsan, "Phenomenology of n-n̄ Oscillations Revisited" (2015). Physics and Astronomy Faculty Publications. 392.