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The role of antihydrogen formation in the radial transport of antiprotons in positron plasmas

S Jonsell, M Charlton, D P van der Werf, Michael Charlton, Dirk van der Werf Orcid Logo

Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, Volume: 49, Issue: 13, Start page: 134004

Swansea University Authors: Michael Charlton, Dirk van der Werf Orcid Logo

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Simulations of the behaviour of antiprotons in positron clouds during antihydrogen formation.The work added to our understanding of the underlying processes, including the dominant role played by antihydrogen formation itself.

Published in: Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
ISSN: 0953-4075 1361-6455
Published: 2016
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title The role of antihydrogen formation in the radial transport of antiprotons in positron plasmas
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Michael Charlton
Dirk van der Werf
title_short The role of antihydrogen formation in the radial transport of antiprotons in positron plasmas
title_full The role of antihydrogen formation in the radial transport of antiprotons in positron plasmas
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