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prof. dr. K.H.K.J. (Klaus) Jungmann

Professor of Experimental Physics
prof. dr. K.H.K.J. (Klaus) Jungmann
+31 50 36 33553 (office)
+31 50 36 33544 (Secretary VSI Laboratories, Zernikelaan 25, Groningen 9747 AA Netherlands)
+31 50 36 34950 (Secretary VSI Nijenborgh 4)
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Correction to: Electro-optic sensor for static fields (vol 125, pg 212, 2019)

Measurement of the quadrupole moment of Re-185 and Re-187 from the hyperfine structure of muonic X rays

Physics beyond colliders at CERN: Beyond the Standard Model Working Group Report

Electro-optic sensor for static fields

High accuracy theoretical investigations of CaF, SrF, and BaF and implications for laser-cooling

Lifetime measurements of the A (2)Pi(1/2) and A (2)Pi(3/2) states in BaF

Summary Report of Physics Beyond Colliders at CERN

Towards nuclear structure with radioactive muonic atoms: The nuclear charge radius of radioactive isotopes from measurements of muonic X-rays

Ba+ Isotope shift studies in preparation of atomic parity violation measurement

Intense molecular beams to test fundamental physics

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Muons’ big moment could fuel new physics

Muon g-2 magnet successfully cooled down and powered up

The Muon G-2 Superconducting Electromagnet Journey and Its Arrival at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory In Batavia

Preparing for their magnetic moment

Fermilab brings super magnet to life after 10 years

Behold the moving magnet -- scientists taking giant device on 3,200-mile trip

Surfnet researchers measure temperature effect on fibre

Grondtemperatuur van invloed op glasvezel

Grondtemperatuur beïnvloedt nauwkeurigheid netwerktijd

Muon g-2 storage ring starts a new life

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