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Are there any nuclear decays that produce a mono-energetic anti-neutrino spectrum? I suspect that there aren't any but I can't justify why.

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    $\begingroup$ Two-body beta decays would have a monoenergetic antineutrino spectrum, but the examples given in the answers to that question would have a large continuous-energy antineutrino background from the more common three-body decay. $\endgroup$ – rob Apr 26 '18 at 19:32

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