Potential of the J-PET Detector for Studies of Discrete Symmetries in Decays of Positronium Atom --- A Purely Leptonic System

@article{Moskal2016PotentialOT,
  title={Potential of the J-PET Detector for Studies of Discrete Symmetries in Decays of Positronium Atom --- A Purely Leptonic System},
  author={Pawel Moskal and Dominika Alfs and Tomasz Bednarski and Piotr Bialas and Eryk Czerwinski and Catalina Curceanu and Aleksander Gajos and Bartosz Glowacz and Marek Gorgol and Beatrix C. Hiesmayr and Bożena Jasińska and Daria Kamińska and Grzegorz Korcyl and Paweł Kowalski and Tomasz Kozik and Wojciech Krzemien and Natalia Krawczyk and Ewelina Kubicz and Mostefaoui Mohammed and Sz. Nied'zwieckia and Monika Pawlik-Niedzwiecka and Lech Raczyński and Zbigniew Rudy and Michał Silarski and Anna Wieczorek and Wojciech Wislicki and Michal Zielinski},
  journal={Acta Physica Polonica B},
  year={2016},
  volume={47},
  pages={509}
}
  • Pawel Moskal, Dominika Alfs, +24 authors Michal Zielinski
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • Acta Physica Polonica B
  • The Jagiellonian Positron Emission Tomograph (J-PET) was constructed as a prototype of the cost-effective scanner for the simultaneous metabolic imaging of the whole human body. Being optimized for the detection of photons from the electron-positron annihilation with high time- and high angular-resolution, it constitutes a multi-purpose detector providing new opportunities for studying the decays of positronium atoms. Positronium is the lightest purely leptonic object decaying into photons. As… CONTINUE READING

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