The measurement of the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon at fermilab

I. Logashenko, J. Grange, P. Winter, R. M. Carey, E. Hazen, N. Kinnaird, J. P. Miller, J. Mott, B. L. Roberts, J. Crnkovic, W. M. Morse, H. Kamal Sayed, V. Tishchenko, V. P. Druzhinin, Y. M. Shatunov, R. Bjorkquist, A. Chapelaln, N. Eggert, A. Frankenthal, L. GibbonsS. Kim, A. Mikhailichenko, Y. Orlov, N. Rider, D. Rubin, D. Sweigart, D. Allspach, E. Barzi, B. Casey, M. E. Convery, B. Drendel, H. Freidsam, C. Johnstone, J. Johnstone, B. Kiburg, I. Kourbanis, A. L. Lyon, K. W. Merritt, J. P. Morgan, H. Nguyen, J. F. Ostiguy, A. Para, C. C. Polly, M. Popovic, E. Ramberg, M. Rominsky, A. K. Soha, D. Still, T. Walton, C. Yoshikawa, K. Jungmann, C. J G Onderwater, P. Debevec, S. Leo, K. Pitts, C. Schlesier, A. Anastasi, D. Babusci, G. Corradi, D. Hampai, A. Palladino, G. Venanzoni, S. Dabagov, C. Ferrari, A. Fioretti, C. Gabbanini, R. Di Stefano, S. Marignetti, M. Iacovacci, S. Mastroianni, G. Di Sciascio, D. Moricciani, G. Cantatore, M. Karuza, K. Giovanetti, V. Baranov, V. Duginov, N. Khomutov, V. Krylov, N. Kuchinskiy, V. Volnykh, M. Gaisser, S. Haciomeroglu, Y. Kim, S. Lee, M. Lee, Y. K. Semertzidis, Eunil Won, R. Fatemi, W. Gohn, T. Gorringe, T. Bowcock, J. Carroll, B. King, S. Maxfield, A. Smith, T. Teubner, M. Whitley, M. Wormald, A. Wolski, S. Al-Kilani, R. Chislett, M. Lancaster, E. Motuk, T. Stuttard, M. Warren, D. Flay, D. Kawall, Z. Meadows, M. Syphers, D. Tarazona, T. Chupp, A. Tewlsey-Booth, B. Quinn, M. Eads, A. Epps, G. Luo, M. McEvoy, N. Pohlman, M. Shenk, A. de Gouvea, L. Welty-Rieger, H. Schellman, B. Abi, F. Azfar, S. Henry, F. Gray, C. Fu, X. Ji, L. Li, H. Yang, D. Stockinger, D. Cauz, G. Pauletta, L. Santi, S. Baessler, E. Frlez, D. Pocanic, L. P. Alonzi, M. Fertl, A. Fienberg, N. Froemming, A. Garcia, D. W. Hertzog, P. Kammel, J. Kaspar, R. Osofsky, M. Smith, E. Swanson, K. Lynch

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Abstract

The anomalous magnetic moment of the muon is one of the most precisely measured quantities in experimental particle physics. Its latest measurement at Brookhaven National Laboratory deviates from the Standard Model expectation by approximately 3.5 standard deviations. The goal of the new experiment, E989, now under construction at Fermilab, is a fourfold improvement in precision. Here, we discuss the details of the future measurement and its current status.

Original languageEnglish
Article number031211
JournalJournal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data
Volume44
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Anomalous magnetic moment
  • Standard model

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Chemistry(all)
  • Physics and Astronomy(all)
  • Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

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    Logashenko, I., Grange, J., Winter, P., Carey, R. M., Hazen, E., Kinnaird, N., Miller, J. P., Mott, J., Roberts, B. L., Crnkovic, J., Morse, W. M., Kamal Sayed, H., Tishchenko, V., Druzhinin, V. P., Shatunov, Y. M., Bjorkquist, R., Chapelaln, A., Eggert, N., Frankenthal, A., ... Lynch, K. (2015). The measurement of the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon at fermilab. Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 44(3), [031211].