Unique Atomic Spectroscopy Aims at Answering a Universal Question.pdf

January 1, 2003
Richard Gaughan


Spectroscopy, Spectroscopy-01-01-2003,

There is far more matter than antimatter in our universe, but scientists don?t know enough about the properties of antimatter to understand why. By spectroscopically analyzing atoms created when antiprotons collide with helium, physicists at CERN are measuring the properties of antimatter with unprecedented accuracy.