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Increased Sensitivity to Possible Muonium to Antimuonium Conversion

Meyer, V., Grossmann, A., Jungmann, K., Merkel, J., Putlitz, G. Z., Reinhard, I., Träger, K., Schmidt, P. V., Willmann, L., Engfer, R. ., Wirtz, H. P., Abela, R., Bertl, W., Renker, D., Walter, H. K., Karpuchin, V., Kisel, I., Korenchenko, A., Korenchenko, S., Kravchuk, N., Kuchinsky, N., Moiseenko, A., Bagaturia, J., Mzavia, D., Sakhelashvili, T. & Hughes, V. W., 14-May-1998, In : AIP Conference Proceedings. 412, 1

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  • V. Meyer
  • A. Grossmann
  • K. Jungmann
  • J. Merkel
  • G. zu Putlitz
  • I. Reinhard
  • K. Träger
  • P. V. Schmidt
  • L. Willmann
  • R . Engfer
  • H. P. Wirtz
  • R. Abela
  • W. Bertl
  • D. Renker
  • H. K. Walter
  • V. Karpuchin
  • I. Kisel
  • A. Korenchenko
  • S. Korenchenko
  • N. Kravchuk
  • N. Kuchinsky
  • A. Moiseenko
  • J. Bagaturia
  • D. Mzavia
  • T. Sakhelashvili
  • V. W. Hughes
A new experimental search for muonium-antimuonium conversion was conducted at the Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland. The preliminary analysis yielded one event fulfilling all required criteria at an expected background of 1.7(2) events due to accidental coincidences. An upper limit for the conversion probability in 0.1 T magnetic field is extracted as $8 \cdot 10^{-11}$ (90% CL).
Original languageEnglish
JournalAIP Conference Proceedings
Volume412
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 14-May-1998

    Keywords

  • hep-ex

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