X-rays from anti-protonic hydrogen and deuterium

T. P. Gorringe, J. D. Davies, J. Lowe, J. M. Nelson, S. M. Playfer, G. J. Pyle, G. T.A. Squier, C. A. Baker, C. J. Batty, S. A. Clark, A. I. Kilvington, J. Moir, S. Sakamoto, R. E. Welsh, R. G. Winter, E. W.A. Lingeman

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Antiprotons from the LEAR facility at CERN were stopped in targets of gaseous H2 or D2. Yields of L X-rays were measured. K-series X-rays from p-p atoms were observed. The measured shift and width for the 1s level are ΔE1s = -0.73±0.15 keV. and Γ1s = 0.85±0.39 keV.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)71-76
Number of pages6
JournalPhysics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics
Issue number1-3
StatePublished - Nov 7 1985

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We would like to thank the LEAR staff at CERN for their help and cooperation. This work was supported in part by the UK Science and Engineering Research Council and the US National Science Foundation.

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