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ALPHA ANTIHYDROGEN EXPERIMENT / M.C FUJIWARA, G.B ANDRESEN, M.D ASHKEZARI, M BAQUERO-RUIZ, W BERTSCHE, C.C BRAY, E BUTLER, C.L CESAR, S CHAPMAN, M CHARLTON, J FAJANS, T FRIESEN, D.R GILL, J.S HANGST, W.N HARDY, R.S HAYANO, M.E HAYDEN, A.J HUMPHRIES, R HYDOMAKO, S JONSELL, L KURCHANINOV, R LAMBO, N MADSEN, S MENARY, P NOLAN, K OLCHANSKI, A OLIN, A POVILUS, P PUSA, F ROBICHEAUX, E SARID, D.M SILVEIRA, C SO, J.W STOREY, R.I THOMPSON, D.P. VAN DER WERF, D WILDING, J.S WURTELE, Y YAMAZAKI, Dirk van der Werf, Niels Madsen

CPT AND Lorentz Symmetry., Pages: 50 - 54

Swansea University Authors: Dirk van der Werf, Niels Madsen

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DOI (Published version): 10.1142/9789814327688_0011

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ALPHA is an experiment at CERN, whose ultimate goal is to perform a precise test of CPT symmetry with trapped antihydrogen atoms. After reviewing the motivations, we discuss our recent progress toward the initial goal of stable trapping of antihydrogen, with some emphasis on particle detection techn...

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Published in: CPT AND Lorentz Symmetry.
Published: World Scientific Publishing Co. 2011
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa15102
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Abstract: ALPHA is an experiment at CERN, whose ultimate goal is to perform a precise test of CPT symmetry with trapped antihydrogen atoms. After reviewing the motivations, we discuss our recent progress toward the initial goal of stable trapping of antihydrogen, with some emphasis on particle detection techniques.
College: College of Science
Start Page: 50
End Page: 54