Investigation of the fine structure of antihydrogen

Nature64.80
Volume: 578, Issue: 7795, Pages: 375 - 380
Published: Feb 19, 2020
Abstract
At the historic Shelter Island Conference on the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics in 1947, Willis Lamb reported an unexpected feature in the fine structure of atomic hydrogen: a separation of the 2S1/2 and 2P1/2 states1. The observation of this separation, now known as the Lamb shift, marked an important event in the evolution of modern physics, inspiring others to develop the theory of quantum electrodynamics2–5. Quantum electrodynamics also...
Paper Details
Title
Investigation of the fine structure of antihydrogen
Published Date
Feb 19, 2020
Journal
Volume
578
Issue
7795
Pages
375 - 380
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