The electron mass from g-factor measurements on hydrogen-like carbon 12C5+

@article{Khler2015TheEM,
  title={The electron mass from g-factor measurements on hydrogen-like carbon 12C5+},
  author={F K{\"o}hler and Sven Sturm and A Kracke and G{\"u}nter Werth and Wolfgang Quint and Klaus Blaum},
  journal={Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={48}
}
The electron mass in atomic mass units has been determined with a relative uncertainty of 2.8 × 10 − 11 ?> (Sturm et al 2014 Nature 506 467–70), which represents a 13-fold improvement of the 2010 CODATA value (Mohr et al 2012 Rev. Mod. Phys. 84 1527–605). The underlying measurement principle combines a high-precision measurement of the Larmor-to-cyclotron frequency ratio on a single hydrogen-like carbon ion in a Penning trap with a corresponding very accurate g-factor calculation. Here, we… 
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