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A single trapped antiproton and antiprotons for antihydrogen production

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During the last several years, our TRAP collaboration has pioneered techniques for slowing, trapping, cooling and indefinitely storing antiprotons to energies more than 1010 times lower than previously possible. The radio signal from a single trapped antiproton is now being used for precision measurements. Many cold antiprotons are “stacked” as another important step toward the eventual production of antihydrogen, and positrons have been trapped in vacuum.

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Gabrielse, G., Jhe, W., Phillips, D. et al. A single trapped antiproton and antiprotons for antihydrogen production. Hyperfine Interact 81, 5–14 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00567246

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Keywords

  • Thin Film
  • Precision Measurement
  • Radio Signal
  • Eventual Production
  • Antihydrogen