CPviolation from the neutrino sector: A case for the superweak model

B. Holdom
1998 Physical Review D, Particles and fields  
We discuss how CP violation originating in the right-handed neutrino sector can feed into the quark sector, in an otherwise CP invariant theory. The dominant effects are superweak, and we suggest that this may yield a natural resolution of the strong CP problem. This work builds on and extends a previously proposed model of quark and lepton masses, based on a new strong flavor interaction above the weak scale.
doi:10.1103/physrevd.57.357 fatcat:5ptkxu5amve5rezkqc7o3272ey