The Magnetic Levitation Electrometer: The Searches for Quarks and the Electron-Proton Charge Difference
The original subject of these lectures had to be the electron-proton charge difference;but because such a measurement has been,infact, a byproduct of a much longer experiment — the search of quarks in matter — and because both experiments use the same instrument and imply similar problems, I thought that it might be advisable to start describing the experiment of search for quarks.
KeywordsElectric Dipole Moment Seismic Noise Magnetic Levitation Spurious Effect Residual Charge
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