Concept of an Electron–Positron Collider for Production and Study of the (μ+μ–) Bound State
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The possibility of producing and studying thus far unobserved dimuonium atoms (μ+μ−) using low-energy colliding е+е− beams is considered. Possible collider implementations are discussed, processes affecting its efficiency are investigated, and its parameters are estimated. The collider can probably also be used for high-luminosity experiments on the study of π± and η mesons.
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