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New estimate of muon’s magnetic field strength aligns with standard model of particle physics – Phys.org

A new estimation of the strength of the magnetic field around the muon—a sub-atomic particle similar to, but heavier than, an electron—closes the gap between theory…

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A new estimation of the strength of the magnetic field around the muona sub-atomic particle similar to, but heavier than, an electroncloses the gap between theory and experimental measurements, bringing it in line with the standard model that has guided particle physics for decades.
A paper describing the research by an international team of scientists appears April 8, 2021 in the journal Nature.
Twenty years ago, in an experiment at Brookhaven National Laboratory, physicists detected what seemed…

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