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Progress towards microwave spectroscopy of trapped antihydrogen / Mohammad D Ashkezari, Gorm B Andresen, Marcelo Baquero-Ruiz, Wil Bertsche, Paul D Bowe, Eoin Butler, Claudio L Cesar, Steve Chapman, Michael Charlton, Adam Deller, Stefan Eriksson, Joel Fajans, Tim Friesen, Makoto C Fujiwara, Dave R Gill, Andrea Gutierrez, Jeffrey S Hangst, Walter N Hardy, Ryugo S Hayano, Michael E Hayden, Andrew J Humphries, Richard Hydomako, Svante Jonsell, Lenoid Kurchaninov, Niels Madsen, Scott Menary, Paul Nolan, Konstantin Olchanski, Art Olin, Alex Povilus, Petteri Pusa, Francis Robicheaux, Eli Sarid, Daniel M Silveira, So Chukman, James W Storey, Robert I Thompson, Dirk P Werf, Jonathan S Wurtele, Yasunori Yamazaki

LEAP 2011, Pages: 81 - 90

Swansea University Author: Niels Madsen

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DOI (Published version): 10.1007/978-94-007-5530-7_9

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Precision comparisons of hyperfine intervals in atomic hydrogen and antihydrogen are expected to yield experimental tests of the CPT theorem. The CERN-based ALPHA collaboration has initiated a program of study focused on microwave spectroscopy of trapped ground-state antihydrogen atoms. This paper o...

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Published in: LEAP 2011
Published: Vancouver Springer 2013
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa15090
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Abstract: Precision comparisons of hyperfine intervals in atomic hydrogen and antihydrogen are expected to yield experimental tests of the CPT theorem. The CERN-based ALPHA collaboration has initiated a program of study focused on microwave spectroscopy of trapped ground-state antihydrogen atoms. This paper outlines some of the proposed experiments, and summarizes measurements that characterize microwave fields that have been injected into the ALPHA apparatus.
College: College of Science
Start Page: 81
End Page: 90