First Search for Dyons with the Full MoEDAL Trapping Detector in 13 TeV pp Collisions.

@article{Acharya2021FirstSF,
  title={First Search for Dyons with the Full MoEDAL Trapping Detector in 13 TeV pp Collisions.},
  author={Bobby Samir Acharya and Jean Alexandre and Petr Benes and Benedikt Bergmann and Jos{\'e} Bernab{\'e}u and Adrian John Bevan and Horea Br{\^a}nzaş and Petr Burian and M. Campbell and Stefano Cecchini and Y. M. Cho and Marc de Montigny and Albert De Roeck and John Ellis and M. El Sawy and Malcolm Fairbairn and D. Felea and Martin Frank and Jonathan Michael Hays and Ann M. Hirt and Josef Jane{\vc}ek and Matti Kalliokoski and Alexander Korzenev and Daniel Lacarr{\`e}re and Claude Leroy and Giuseppe Levi and Anthony Eric Lionti and Judita Mamuzic and Atanu Maulik and Alessio Margiotta and Nicoletta Mauri and N. E. Mavromatos and Philippe Mermod and Matti Mikael Mieskolainen and L. Millward and Vasiliki A. Mitsou and Risto Orava and I. Ostrovskiy and Pierre-Philippe A. Ouimet and J. Papavassiliou and B. Parker and Laura Patrizii and Gabriela Emilia Pǎvǎlaş and James Pinfold and Lucia Aurelia Popa and Vlad Popa and Michele Pozzato and Stanislav Posp{\'i}{\vs}il and Arttu Rajantie and Roberto Ruiz de Austri and Zouleikha Sahnoun and Mairi Sakellariadou and Arka Santra and Sarben Sarkar and Gordon Walter Semenoff and Ameir Shaa and G. Sirri and Krzysztof Sliwa and Richard Andrew Soluk and Maurizio Spurio and Michael Staelens and Michal Suk and M. Tenti and V. Togo and Jack Adam Tuszynski and Aditya Upreti and V Thatar Vento and O. Vives and A. Wall},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2021},
  volume={126 7},
  pages={
          071801
        }
}
The MoEDAL trapping detector consists of approximately 800 kg of aluminum volumes. It was exposed during run 2 of the LHC program to 6.46  fb^{-1} of 13 TeV proton-proton collisions at the LHCb interaction point. Evidence for dyons (particles with electric and magnetic charge) captured in the trapping detector was sought by passing the aluminum volumes comprising the detector through a superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) magnetometer. The presence of a trapped dyon would be… 

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