Propagation of fermion in curved space-time generates gravitational interaction due to the coupling between spin of the fermion and space-time curvature. This gravitational interaction appears as a CPT violating term in the Lagrangian. It is seen that this space-time interaction can generate neutrino asymmetry in the Universe. If the background metric is spherically asymmetric, say, of a rotating black hole, this interaction is non-zero, thus the net difference to the number density of the neutrino and anti-neutrino is non-zero.
Volume 94, 2020
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