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Antihydrogen in a bottle / Michael Charlton, Stefan Eriksson, C Aled Isaac, Niels Madsen, Dirk Peter van der Werf, Dirk van der Werf, Aled Isaac

Physics Education, Volume: 48, Issue: 2

Swansea University Authors: Stefan Eriksson, Niels Madsen, Dirk van der Werf, Aled Isaac

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We describe recent experiments at CERN in which antihydrogen, an atom made entirely of antimatter, has been held in a magnetic minimum neutral atom trap and subjected to microwave radiation to induce a resonant quantum transition in the anti-atom. We discuss how this, the first experiment to observe...

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Published in: Physics Education
ISSN: 0031-9120 1361-6552
Published: 2013
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description We describe recent experiments at CERN in which antihydrogen, an atom made entirely of antimatter, has been held in a magnetic minimum neutral atom trap and subjected to microwave radiation to induce a resonant quantum transition in the anti-atom. We discuss how this, the first experiment to observe an interaction between an antihydrogen atom and a photon, was achieved. We provide some background to antimatter physics and cover aspects of the current motivation for our experiments.
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