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The ALPHA antihydrogen trapping apparatus

  • Author(s): Amole, C;
  • Andresen, GB;
  • Ashkezari, MD;
  • Baquero-Ruiz, M;
  • Bertsche, W;
  • Bowe, PD;
  • Butler, E;
  • Capra, A;
  • Carpenter, PT;
  • Cesar, CL;
  • Chapman, S;
  • Charlton, M;
  • Deller, A;
  • Eriksson, S;
  • Escallier, J;
  • Fajans, J;
  • Friesen, T;
  • Fujiwara, MC;
  • Gill, DR;
  • Gutierrez, A;
  • Hangst, JS;
  • Hardy, WN;
  • Hayano, RS;
  • Hayden, ME;
  • Humphries, AJ;
  • Hurt, JL;
  • Hydomako, R;
  • Isaac, CA;
  • Jenkins, MJ;
  • Jonsell, S;
  • Jørgensen, LV;
  • Kerrigan, SJ;
  • Kurchaninov, L;
  • Madsen, N;
  • Marone, A;
  • McKenna, JTK;
  • Menary, S;
  • Nolan, P;
  • Olchanski, K;
  • Olin, A;
  • Parker, B;
  • Povilus, A;
  • Pusa, P;
  • Robicheaux, F;
  • Sarid, E;
  • Seddon, D;
  • Seif El Nasr, S;
  • Silveira, DM;
  • So, C;
  • Storey, JW;
  • Thompson, RI;
  • Thornhill, J;
  • Wells, D;
  • Van Der Werf, DP;
  • Wurtele, JS;
  • Yamazaki, Y
  • et al.
Abstract

The ALPHA collaboration, based at CERN, has recently succeeded in confining cold antihydrogen atoms in a magnetic minimum neutral atom trap and has performed the first study of a resonant transition of the anti-atoms. The ALPHA apparatus will be described herein, with emphasis on the structural aspects, diagnostic methods and techniques that have enabled antihydrogen trapping and experimentation to be achieved. © 2013 Elsevier B.V.

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