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Progress with cold antihydrogen / 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, P Genova, J.S Hangst, R.S Hayano, I Johnson, L.V Jørgensen, A Kellerbauer, V Lagomarsino, R Landua, E. Lodi Rizzini, M Macrí, N Madsen, G Manuzio, D Mitchard, P Montagna, H Pruys, C Regenfus, A Rotondi, G Testera, A Variola, L Venturelli, D.P. van der Werf, Y Yamazaki, N Zurlo, Dirk van der Werf

Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, Volume: 247, Issue: 1

Swansea University Author: Dirk van der Werf

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The creation of cold antihydrogen by the ATHENA and ATRAP collaborations, working at CERN’s unique Antiproton Decelerator (AD) facility, has ushered in a new era in atomic physics. This contribution will briefly review recent results from the ATHENA experiment. These include discussions of antiproto...

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ISSN: 0168-583X
Published: 2006
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G Bonomi
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C Canali
C Carraro
C.L Cesar
M Charlton
M Doser
A Fontana
M.C Fujiwara
R Funakoshi
P Genova
J.S Hangst
R.S Hayano
I Johnson
L.V Jørgensen
A Kellerbauer
V Lagomarsino
R Landua
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M Macrí
N Madsen
G Manuzio
D Mitchard
P Montagna
H Pruys
C Regenfus
A Rotondi
G Testera
A Variola
L Venturelli
D.P. van der Werf
Y Yamazaki
N Zurlo
Dirk van der Werf
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description The creation of cold antihydrogen by the ATHENA and ATRAP collaborations, working at CERN’s unique Antiproton Decelerator (AD) facility, has ushered in a new era in atomic physics. This contribution will briefly review recent results from the ATHENA experiment. These include discussions of antiproton slowing down in a cold positron gas during antihydrogen formation, information derived on the dependence of the antihydrogen formation rate upon the temperature of the stored positron plasma and, finally, upon the spatial distribution of the emitted anti-atoms. We will discuss the implications of these studies for the major outstanding goal of trapping samples of antihydrogen for precise spectroscopic comparisons with hydrogen. The physics motivations for undertaking these challenging experiments will be briefly recalled.
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