$\bf{2.1\text{ to }3.3 }$ 
90 
^{ 1} 

TEXO 
• • • We do not use the following data for averages, fits, limits, etc. • • • 
$4\text{ to }5.5 $ 
90 
^{ 2} 


$0.53\text{ to }0.68 $ 
90 
^{ 3} 


$8.2\text{ to }9.9 $ 
90 
^{ 4} 


$2.97\text{ to }4.14 $ 
90 
^{ 5} 

LSND 
$0.6\text{ to }0.6 $ 
90 


CHM2 
$0.9$ $\pm2.7$ 



CNTR 
$<2.3$ 
95 


ASTR 
$<7.3$ 
90 
^{ 6} 

CNTR 
$1.1$ $\pm2.3$ 



CNTR 
$1.1$ $\pm1.0$ 

^{ 7} 

CNTR 
$0.3$ $\pm1.5$ 

^{ 7} 

CHRM 


^{ 8} 

ASTR 
^{1}
DENIZ 2010 observe reactor ${{\overline{\mathit \nu}}_{{e}}}{{\mathit e}}$ scattering with recoil kinetic energies $3  8$ MeV using CsI(Tl) detectors. The observed rate and spectral shape are consistent with the Standard Model prediction, leading to the reported constraint on ${{\overline{\mathit \nu}}_{{e}}}$ charge radius.

^{2}
CADEDDU 2018 use the data of the COHERENT experiment, AKIMOV 2018 . The limit is $\langle $r${}^{2}_{{{\mathit \nu}}}\rangle $ for ${{\mathit \nu}_{{\mu}}}$ obtained from the timedependent data. Weaker limits were obtained for charge radii of ${{\mathit \nu}_{{e}}}$ and for transition charge radii. The published value was divided by 2 to conform to the convention of this table.

^{3}
Based on analysis of CCFR 98 results. Limit is on $\langle $r${}^{2}_{V}\rangle $ + $\langle $r${}^{2}_{A}\rangle $. The CHARM II and E734 at BNL results are reanalyzed, and weaker bounds on the charge radius squared than previously published are obtained. The NuTeV result is discussed; when tentatively interpreted as ${{\mathit \nu}_{{\mu}}}$ charge radius it implies $\langle $r${}^{2}_{V}\rangle $ + $\langle $r${}^{2}_{A}\rangle $ = ($4.20$ $\pm1.64$) ${\times }$ 10 ${}^{33}$ cm${}^{2}$.

^{4}
Results of LEP2 are interpreted as limits on the axialvector charge radius squared of a Majorana ${{\mathit \nu}_{{\tau}}}$. Slightly weaker limits for both vector and axialvector charge radius squared are obtained for the Dirac case, and somewhat weaker limits are obtained from the analysis of lower energy data (LEP1.5 and TRISTAN).

^{5}
AUERBACH 2001 measure ${{\mathit \nu}_{{e}}}{{\mathit e}}$ elastic scattering with LSND detector. The cross section agrees with the Standard Model expectation, including the charge and neutral current interference. The 90$\%$ CL applies to the range shown.

^{6}
VIDYAKIN 1992 limit is from a ${{\mathit e}}{{\overline{\mathit \nu}}}$ elastic scattering experiment. No experimental details are given except for the cross section from which this limit is derived. Signal/noise was 1/10. The limit uses sin$^2\theta _{\mathit W}$ = $0.23$ as input.

^{7}
Result is obtained from reanalysis given in ALLEN 1991 , followed by our reduction to obtain 1$~\sigma $ errors.

^{8}
GRIFOLS 1989B sets a limit of $\langle \mathit r{}^{2}\rangle $ $<~0.2 \times 10^{32}~$cm${}^{2}$ for righthanded neutrinos.
