While solving numericals from the Concept of Physics by HC Verma , I noticed that he never mentioned the term kinetic energy of a neutrino. There were some questions asking about the maximum kinetic energy possessed by the beta particles in a beta emission and there were others where we were asked to find energy of a neutrino if the kinetic energy of the beta particle was given and the daughter nuclei was assumed to be at rest.
I don't know if there is something relevant here but I don't know why he didn't mention the term Kinetic energy of a neutron.
Isn't it "emitted" in a beta decay process like the beta particles ? More specifically, in which form does that energy appear ?