TITLE

Progress towards microwave spectroscopy of trapped antihydrogen

AUTHOR(S)
Ashkezari, Mohammad; Andresen, Gorm; Baquero-Ruiz, Marcelo; Bertsche, Wil; Bowe, Paul; Butler, Eoin; Cesar, Claudio; Chapman, Steve; Charlton, Michael; Deller, Adam; Eriksson, Stefan; Fajans, Joel; Friesen, Tim; Fujiwara, Makoto; Gill, Dave; Gutierrez, Andrea; Hangst, Jeffrey; Hardy, Walter; Hayano, Ryugo; Hayden, Michael
PUB. DATE
December 2012
SOURCE
Hyperfine Interactions;Dec2012, Vol. 212 Issue 1-3, p81
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Precision comparisons of hyperfine intervals in atomic hydrogen and antihydrogen are expected to yield experimental tests of the CPT theorem. The CERN-based ALPHA collaboration has initiated a program of study focused on microwave spectroscopy of trapped ground-state antihydrogen atoms. This paper outlines some of the proposed experiments, and summarizes measurements that characterize microwave fields that have been injected into the ALPHA apparatus.
ACCESSION #
83482055

 

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