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Abstract A model-independent ansatz to describe lepton and quark mixing in a unified way is suggested based upon the Cabibbo angle. In our framework neutrinos mix in a “Bi-Large” fashion, while the charged leptons mix as the “down-type” quarks do. In addition to the standard Wolfenstein parameters (λ, A) two other free parameters (ψ, δ) are needed to specify the physical lepton mixing matrix. Through this simple assumption one makes specific predictions for the atmospheric angle as well as leptonic CP violation in good agreement with current observations.

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The Cabibbo angle as a universal seed for quark and lepton mixings

S. Roya*, S. Morisib, N.N. Singhc, J.W.F. Valle d

a Department of Physics, Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam 781014, India b DESY, Platanenallee 6, D-15735 Zeuthen, Germany c Department of Physics, Manipur University, Imphal, Manipur 795003, India

d AHEP Group, Institut de Física Corpuscular - C.SI.C./Universitat de Valencia, Pare Cientific de Paterna, C/ Catedratico José Beltrán, 2, E-46980 Paterna (Valencia), Spain

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Keywords: PMNS matrix CKM matrix Cabibbo angle Bi-Large mixing Wolfenstein parameter Neutrino mixing

A B S T R A C T

A model-independent ansatz to describe lepton and quark mixing in a unified way is suggested based upon the Cabibbo angle. In our framework neutrinos mix in a "Bi-Large" fashion, while the charged leptons mix as the "down-type" quarks do. In addition to the standard Wolfenstein parameters (k, two other free parameters (f, <S) are needed to specify the physical lepton mixing matrix. Through this simple assumption one makes specific predictions for the atmospheric angle as well as leptonic CP violation in good agreement with current observations.

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A striking observation vindicated by recent experimental neutrino data is that the smallest of the lepton mixing angles is surprisingly large, similar to the largest of the quark mixing parameters, namely the Cabibbo angle (6c) [1,2].

An interesting lepton mixing scheme called "Bi-Large" (BL) mixing has been proposed recently [3] and subsequently studied in Refs. [4-6]. This mixing scheme assumes the atmospheric and the solar mixing angles to be equal and proportional to the reactor angle. In contrast to the Bi-Maximal (BM) scenario [7,8], within the BL scheme the atmospheric mixing angle does not need to be strictly "Maximal", but simply "Large" in general. In summary, BL mixing posits sin013 ~ X, sin612 = sin623 ~ X, where X = sin6c.

Such BL mixing ansatz can be motivated in string theories. Indeed, in F-theory motivated Grand Unified Theory (GUT) models, a geometrical unification of charged lepton and neutrino sectors leads to a mild hierarchy in the neutrino mixing matrix in which 0J2 and 92[3 become large and comparable while 0j3 ~ 6c ~ «JaGUj ~ 0.2 [9].1 Understanding the origin of the above relation from first principles is beyond the scope of this note. We stress

* Corresponding author.

E-mail addresses: meetsubhankar@gmail.com (S. Roy), stefano.morisi@gmail.com (S. Morisi), nimai03@yahoo.com (N.N. Singh), valle@ific.uv.es (J.W.F. Valle).

1 Neglecting the contribution from the charged lepton sector.

however that this ansatz can be associated to specific flavor symmetries as suggested in Ref. [4] or Ref. [10], rather than being a mere "numerical coincidence".

A successful framework for attacking the flavor problem constitutes an important quest in contemporary particle physics. A relevant question arises as to whether attempted solutions to the flavor problem may indicate foot-prints of unification or not [11-16]. In the present note we look into some possible links between quark and lepton mixing parameters from a phenomenological "bottom-up perspective".2

In the quark sector the largest mixing is between the flavor states d and s, and is interpreted in terms of the Cabibbo angle [24] which is approximately 13°. The matrix VCKM is parametrized in terms of three independent angles and one complex CP phase [25-27]. A clever approximate presentation was proposed by Wolfenstein [28], and is by now standard, namely

Vckm =

1 - 2 *

AX3(1 - p - in) - AX2

AX3(p - in)

2 An earlier alternative in the literature is "Quark-Lepton Complementarity (QLC)" [17-23].

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up to O(X4) where X, A, n and p are four independent Wolfenstein parameters, with X = sin 6c & 0.22.

In contrast, the mixing in the lepton sector is very different from quark mixing. While the solar and atmospheric angle are large: 612 & 35° and 623 & 49°, the 1-3 mixing parameter in the lepton sector is the smallest and was believed to vanish according to the earlier results. However in last few years it has been established [29-31] that this mixing, now precisely measured, is almost as large as the d-s mixing in quark sector, 613 & 9° ~ O(6c). This excludes the simplest proposed schemes of neutrino mixing, which need to be revised in order to be consistent with observation [32]. Up to Majorana phases the Bi-Large mixing factor may be parametrized as follows

Type-4

cd - T ) -cfk(1 + k) , k2^2 - kc2

fk(1 - k- ) c2 - kV2

fk(\ - k- )

-cfk(1 + k) c(l - \)

One sees that sin612 = sin623 = fX, with sin013 = X. With this parametrization it is evident that the Cabibbo angle is the seed for the mixing in both the quark and the lepton sector. Here, c & cos sin-1 (fX). In what follows we discuss the possible forms of the charged lepton contribution [33-41] to the lepton mixing matrix.

As originally proposed the Bi-Large ansatz does not fit current neutrino oscillation data, so that corrections are required. A possibility is that BL arises only in the flavor basis and deviations are induced from the charged lepton sector. Here we consider this case within a GUT inspired framework based upon S0(10) and SU(5).

In simplest S0(10) schemes the charged lepton mass matrix is approximated to that of down type quarks, Me ~ Md [42-45]. This leads to the assumption, Ui & VCKM [46]. In VCKM the dominant parameter is dCKM = 0c, which is followed by &C3M. We classify the parametrization of Ui in two categories: (i) with 1-2 rotation only: Ui = U 12(X) and (ii) with 2-3 rotation in addition to that of 1-2, Ul = U23(AX2).U 12(X). As suggested in Ref. [47], we associate a complex phase parameter 8 with 1-2 rotation, so that U12 ^ U 12(0c, 8). We have:

Type-1

Uli = V Rli2(dC2KM )V

Type-2

Ui2 = R-з(e2CKM)•V.R'l2(el2RM)v

i - 2k2 -k eis 0

k e 1 -

i - 2 k2 -k2eis

Ak3eis

-is 12

1 - 2k - Ak2

0 Ak2 1

where we have ^ = diag[e-is/2, eis/2, 1} and ^' =

Similar within simplest SU(5) scheme one expects, Me [48]. This gives rise to other two possibilities which can be expressed as in the following:

• Type-3

"1 - 2 k2 -k e-is 0

Ul1 = V Rl12(0C2KM )V k eis 1 - 2 k2 0 (5)

Ui2 = R^CKM ).V. R'i2(0CKM)v<

1 - 2k2 -k e-is Ak3

1 - 2k2 - Ak2

The physical lepton mixing matrix is simply

Uiep = Uj.UBL.I^, (7)

where UBL represents the Bi-Large neutrino mixing matrix and I $ = diag(e'a, e'P, 1), where a and /) are the two additional CP violating phases associated to the Majorana nature of the neutrinos [26].3 In what follows we base our discussion upon the above four different choices of the charged lepton diagonalizing matrix choices of Ui in Eqs. (3)-(6).

As an example here we choose the Type-4 charged lepton di-agonalizing matrix, Ui4 (see Eq. (6)) and construct the Type-4 BL based scheme,

(Ukp)4 = U[ .Ubl.I

In (Uiep)4, the free parameters are f and 8. From (Uiep)4, the mixing angles are given by

s23 & k2[s2 + 2s cos 8 + 1

(9) (10) (11)

s22 « s2 + k2 (c4 + s4 - s2) + 2c2ks cos 5, s23 « s2 + k2 ^2Acs + s4 + 2s3 cos 5 - s2 - 2s cos ^ .

In order to obtain the rephasing-invariant CP violation parameter relevant for the description of neutrino oscillations we use the relation JCp = ¡m[U*i.U.U^1.Ue3] for the Jarkslog invariant Jcp [52], and obtain,

Jcp «-c2s3ksin5, (12)

where s = i^k. It is evident that all the observables are given in terms of the parameters, k, A, 1 and the unphysical phase 5, of which k and A are the standard Wolfenstein parameters with k « 0.22551, A = 0.813 [53] while the two parameters: 1 and 5 are free.

How to choose 1 and 5? In fact, this task is not too complicated. One can choose 1 and 5 in such a way, that any two of the three observable parameters, solar, reactor and atmospheric mixing angles are consistent with the neutrino oscillation data [1,2], while the prediction for the remaining one will determine the tenability of the model.

First note that the determination of solar and reactor angles is rather stable irrespective of the neutrino mass spectrum. Hence it seems reasonable to use solar and reactor angles for the parametrization of the two unknowns. Hence we focus upon the predictions for 623 and JCP (or 5CP), given their current indeterminacy from global neutrino oscillation data analysis [2]. Although consistent with maximal mixing, the possibility of 623 lying within the first octant is certainly not excluded for normal ordering of neutrino masses. Moreover, probing for CP violation in the lepton sector is the next challenge for neutrino oscillation experiments. Hence in addition to the prediction for the atmospheric angle, we use the prediction of our ansatz for JCP (or 5CP) in order to scrutinize the viability of our ansatz, in any of the above forms. The results are summarized in Table 1.

3 As shown in [49] these phases are physical and affect lepton number violating processes such as neutrinoless double beta decay [50,51].

Table 1

Summary of the results corresponding to four BL models. f and S correspond to the central ±3ct range of s^2, s|3, X and A. We have taken s^2 = [0.278, 0.375], s^3 = [0.0177, 0.0297], X =[0.22551 - 0.001, 0.22551 + 0.001] and A = [0.813 - 0.029, 0.813 - 0.040]. The other observables s23, Scp (the Dirac type CP phase) and Jcp (Jarkslog invariant parameter) are the theoretical predictions for each model. This is to be noted that the best result of the Type-4 BL model is consistent with the maximal mixing prediction.

sin2 623

2 9 521 +0.2087 2.9 521-0.2043 2 9 521 +0.2087 2.9 521-0.2043 2 9 5 22+0.2087 Z.^JZ Z-0.2201 2 9 5 22+0.2087 29J2 -0.2201

1 764+0.0476 1.4-0.0428 1 764+0.0476

1. 4-0.0428 0 7644+0.0476

0.7D44-0.0427 0 7644+0.0476

0.7D44-0.0427

0 4585+0.08543

0.4585-0.08646 04174+°.°921

0.4174-0.0937 0 4585+0.0855

. -0.08641 0.4996+0.0927

0.4996-0.0935

+0.0692

1.2308-0.0717,

1 21 59+0.0754

1.2159-0.0733, 1 23 03+0.0717

l.zou-J-0.0713 1 23 03+0.0717

i.2ou-J-0.0713

0 0250+0.0137

0.0250-0.0105 0 0250+0.0137

0.0250-0.0105

0.0250+0.0137

0.0250-0.0105

0.0250+0.0137

0.0250-0.0105

0.6 0.4

s2 s13 In

■ c2 JM Type 4

^ 0.6 to

4 j ) 0.019

Jcp ,0.50 Kfe 0.02Z-/

Vk'J .

; ol563

2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 <l>

2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0

Fig. 1. The parametrization of f and S, and prediction on s23 and Jcp are illustrated for Type-4 BL. For all the cases, f and S are first parametrized with respect to best-fit, 1ct, 2a and 3a ranges of s^2 and s^3 which are then used to predict s^3 and Jcp. In the above illustration we fix X and A at their central values: X = 0.22551 and A = 0.813.

For definiteness we discuss here in more detail only the result for the Type-4 BL scheme, see Fig. 1; similar results can be found for the other cases in the table. In Fig. 1 we plot the free parameters S and f. In the left panel we show the contour plot for s13 (horizontal band) and s12 (vertical band). The best-fit values s\2 & 0.323 and s\3 & 0.023 [2] correspond to choosing f & 2.967 and S & 0.757 n. We note that, with above choice of the two parameters, 023 is consistent with maximal. The CP -invariant J cp is approximately 0.02.

The corresponding lepton mixing matrix corresponding to the Type-4 BL scheme is the following,

-u*(1 + X){u(X - 1) + fX2}c f {(X2 - 2)(u + f) - 2X(f + cAX)} {f2 + cA(u + f)X}X2 - c2

(f - u*c2)X + fX3 c2(l - 2) - fX2{u + (f + cA)X} c{f + (f + cA)X}X

X - (X + u*f)X2 '

fX(l - X2) + (cA - u)X2 -f AX3 + c(l - X2) .

where u = e'S and c = cos sin-1 (fX).

In Table 1, we gather the results for all the four BL schemes discussed above.

In summary we proposed a generalized fermion mixing ansatz where the neutrino mixing is Bi-Large, while the charged lepton mixing matrix is CKM-like. Inspired by S0(10) and SU(5) unification, we select four CKM-like charged lepton diagonalizing matrices, Ui's (Type-1, 2, 3, 4) and discuss the phenomenological viability of the resulting schemes. All the four models are congruous with best-fit solar and reactor angles, making definite predictions for the atmospheric angle and CP phase, which may be further tested in upcoming neutrino experiments. In particular the Type-4 BL model appears interesting in the sense that it extends the origi-

nal BL model to encompass maximal atmospheric mixing. Ours is a "theory-inspired" bottom-up approach to the flavor problem, that highlights the role of 6c as the universal seed of quark and lepton mixings and incorporates the main characteristic features of unification models. We have shown how this generalizes the original Bi-Large ansatz [3] to make it fully realistic.

Further investigation on the physics underlying this ansatz may bring new insights on both fermion mixing and unification.

Work supported by the Spanish grants FPA2011-22975 and Multidark CSD2009-00064 (MINECO), and PR0METE011/2014/084 (Generalitat Valenciana). S.M. thanks DFG grant W1 2639/4-1.

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