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JETP talk: First measurements of neutrino-induced pi0 cross-sections in NOvA ND

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Hongyue Duyang
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Maury Goodman
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NOvA is a long-baseline neutrino experiment primarily designed to measure the rate of electron-neutrino appearance in the NuMI beam at Fermilab using functionally identical detectors separated by 810 km. The NOvA near detector (ND), located approximately 100m underground and 1 km from the NuMI production target, also allows for neutrino-nucleus interaction measurements with high statistics data. We present here the measurements of two neutrino-induced neutral pion production cross sections: the neutral current (NC) coherent pi0 production, and muon-neutrino charge current (CC) pi00 productions, which provide constraints on the irreducible pi00 background to the electron-neutrino CC interaction signal in NOvA.
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