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Derking, J. The antihydrogen is produced in a cylindrical Penning trap by combining antiprotons with positrons. A dilution refrigerator is selected to deliver the necessary cooling capacity of μW at 50 mK.
The AEgIS cryogenic system basically consists of cryostats for a 1-T and for a 5-T superconducting magnet, a central region cryostat, a dilution refrigerator cryostat and a measurement cryostat with a Moiré KWU Trading System to measure the gravitational acceleration.
In autumnthe 1-T cryostat, 5-T cryostat and central region cryostat were assembled and commissioned.
The apparatus is cooled down in eight days using L of liquid helium and liquid nitrogen. The temperature sensors at the Penning traps measured 12 K to 18 K, which is higher than expected.
Simulations show that this is caused by a bad thermalization of the trap wiring. The implementation of the sub-kelvin region is foreseen for mid The antihydrogen will be cooled down to mK in an ultra-cold trap consisting of multiple high-voltage electrodes made of sapphire with gold plated electrode sectors.
We intend to use a position sensitive Abielus valikud made of nuclear emulsions combined with a time-of-flight detector such as silicon μ-strips to measure precisely their annihilation points at the end of the tube.
In we tested emulsion films in vacuum and at room temperature with low energy antiprotons from the CERN antiproton decelerator. First results on the expected performance for AEgIS are presented. N; Haider, S; Hogan, S. We will measure the Earth ' s gravitational acceleration g with antihydrogen atoms being launched in a horizontal vacuum tube and traversing a moiré de fl ectometer.
We intend to use a position sensitive device made of KWU Trading System emulsions combined with a time-of- fl ight detector such as silicon μ strips to measure precisely their annihilation points at the end of the tube. In we tested emulsion fi lms in vacuum and at room temperature with low energy antiprotons from the CERN antiproton decelerator.