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PRODUCTION AND STUDY OF ANTIHYDROGEN IN THE ATHENA EXPERIMENT / P Genova, M Amoretti, C Amsler, G Bonomi, P. D Bowe, C Canali, C Carraro, C. L Cesar, M Charlton, M Doser, A Fontana, M. C Fujiwara, R Funakoshi, J. S Hangst, R. S Hayano, L. V Jørgensen, A Kellerbauer, V Lagomarsino, R Landua, E. Lodi Rizzinia, M Macrí, N Madsen, G Manuzio, D Mitchard, P Montagna, H Pruys, C Regenfus, A Rotondi, G Testera, A Variola, L Venturelli, Y Yamazaki, D. P. van der Werf, N Zurlo, Dirk van der Werf

Nuclear Science and Safety in Europe

Swansea University Author: Dirk van der Werf

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DOI (Published version): 10.1007/978-1-4020-4965-1_3

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In the last three years of data taking, the ATHENA experiment at the CERN Antiproton Decelerator facility has been able to produce large amounts of antihydrogen atoms and to study the formation process in detail. Moreover, in 2004, ATHENA tried to produce antihydrogen by means of laser stimulation....

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Published in: Nuclear Science and Safety in Europe
Published: 2006
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa15973
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Abstract: In the last three years of data taking, the ATHENA experiment at the CERN Antiproton Decelerator facility has been able to produce large amounts of antihydrogen atoms and to study the formation process in detail. Moreover, in 2004, ATHENA tried to produce antihydrogen by means of laser stimulation. In this contribution we summarize the main results obtained and the progress made in analysing the results of the laser experiment.
College: College of Science
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