This file includes the survival probabilities as a function of
energy at the best-fit neutrino parameters and at 6
representative points on the periphery of the 95%
C.L. fits to the four solar neutrino experiments chlorine,
Kamiokande, GALLEX, and SAGE. The fits all refer to the
small mixing angle (SMA) MSW solution. The survival
probabilities for solar neutrinos correspond to points that include
the smallest and the largest mass differences, as well as the
smallest and the largest mixing angles, that lie on the 95%
C. L. fits. The set of 7 survival probabilities can be used
to determine the expected range of predicted neutrino
quantities that may be affected by MSW small mixing angle
oscillations of solar neutrinos.
The solutions are taken from Figure 1 of the paper
``How Well Do We (and Will
We) Know Solar Neutrino Fluxes and Oscillation
Parameters?'' by J. N. Bahcall and P. I. Krastev, Phys.
Rev. D., 53, 4211 (April 15, 1996).