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Toward the Frontiers of Particle Physics With the Muon $g\textrm{-}2$ Experiment

  title={Toward the Frontiers of Particle Physics With the Muon \$g\textrm\{-\}2\$ Experiment},
  author={Eremey Valetov},
The Muon g-2 Experiment (E989) at Fermilab has a goal of measuring the muon anomaly (aμ) with unprecedented precision using positive muons. This measurement is motivated by the difference between the previous Brookhaven aμ measurement and Standard Model prediction exceeding three standard deviations, which hints at the possibility of physics beyond the Standard Model. Muons are circulated in a storage ring, and the measurement requires a precise determination of the muon anomalous precession… 

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