The Muonium Atom as a Probe of Physics beyond the Standard ModelWillmann, L. & Jungmann, K., 14-May-1998, In : Lecture Notes in Physics. 499, p. 43-47
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The observed interactions between particles are not fully explained in the successful theoretical description of the standard model to date. Due to the close confinement of the bound state muonium ($M = \mu^+ e^-$) can be used as an ideal probe of quantum electrodynamics and weak interaction and also for a search for additional interactions between leptons. Of special interest is the lepton number violating process of sponteanous conversion of muonium to antimuonium.
|Journal||Lecture Notes in Physics|
|Publication status||Published - 14-May-1998|