We present an interferometric method suitable to measure particle masses and, where applicable to the particle and its corresponding antiparticle, their mass ratio in order to detect possible symmetry violations between matter and antimatter. The method is based on interferometric techniques tunable to the specific mass range of the particle under consideration. The case study of electron and positron is presented, following the recent observation of positron interferometry.

An interferometric method for particle mass measurements / E. Pasino, S. Cialdi, G. Costantini, R. Ferragut, M. Giammarchi, S. Migliorati, M. Rome', T. Savas, V. Toso. - In: SYMMETRY. - ISSN 2073-8994. - 13:7(2021), pp. 1232.1-1232.10. [10.3390/sym13071232]

An interferometric method for particle mass measurements

E. Pasino
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S. Cialdi;G. Costantini;M. Giammarchi;S. Migliorati;M. Rome'
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2021

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We present an interferometric method suitable to measure particle masses and, where applicable to the particle and its corresponding antiparticle, their mass ratio in order to detect possible symmetry violations between matter and antimatter. The method is based on interferometric techniques tunable to the specific mass range of the particle under consideration. The case study of electron and positron is presented, following the recent observation of positron interferometry.
Antimatter; Mass measurement; Quantum interferometry
Settore FIS/01 - Fisica Sperimentale
Settore FIS/03 - Fisica della Materia
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