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Spatial Distribution of Cold Antihydrogen Formation

N Madsen, M Amoretti, C Amsler, G Bonomi, P Bowe, C Carraro, C Cesar, M Charlton, M Doser, A Fontana, M Fujiwara, R Funakoshi, P Genova, J Hangst, R Hayano, L Jørgensen, A Kellerbauer, V Lagomarsino, R Landua, E Lodi-Rizzini, M Macri, D Mitchard, P Montagna, H Pruys, C Regenfus, A Rotondi, G Testera, A Variola, L Venturelli, D. van der Werf, Y Yamazaki, N Zurlo, Dirk van der Werf Orcid Logo, Niels Madsen Orcid Logo

Physical Review Letters, Volume: 94, Issue: 3, Start page: 4 pages

Swansea University Authors: Dirk van der Werf Orcid Logo, Niels Madsen Orcid Logo

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Published in: Physical Review Letters
ISSN: 0031-9007 1079-7114
Published: 2005
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Item Description: This paper describes an important step in understanding the dynamics of antihydrogen formation reporting that the antihydrogen formed is significantly warmer than the temperature of the cold positron plasma. Madsen played a leading role in analyzing, modelling and interpreting the data from the experiment and in preparing the manuscript.
College: Faculty of Science and Engineering
Issue: 3
Start Page: 4 pages