Experimental limits on neutron disappearance into another braneworld

  title={Experimental limits on neutron disappearance into another braneworld},
  author={M. Sarrazin and G. Pignol and F. Petit and V. Nesvizhevsky},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  • M. Sarrazin, G. Pignol, +1 author V. Nesvizhevsky
  • Published 2012
  • Physics
  • Physics Letters B
  • Abstract Recent theoretical works have shown that matter swapping between two parallel braneworlds could occur under the influence of magnetic vector potentials. In our visible world, galactic magnetism possibly produces a huge magnetic potential. As a consequence, this Letter discusses the possibility to observe neutron disappearance into another braneworld in certain circumstances. The setup under consideration involves stored ultracold neutrons – in a vessel – which should exhibit a non-zero… CONTINUE READING
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