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Search for quasimagnetic interactions of electrons in an experiment with the use of squid

By Lasakov Mikhail Sergeyevich


Hypothetical quasimagnetic interaction of electrons has been studied. The work is aimed at detection and establishment of the upper limit for existence of quasimagnetic interaction of electrons. The method of search is based on the use of a massive ferromagnetic screen as a source of a desired field and squid-magnetometer in combination with a ferromagnetic probe as its detector. The results of the work can be used on development of models with a large number of Higgs particles as compared to the simplest version of the standard model. The magnetic field screening coefficient of 102141 is obtained. The limitation for the constant of arion interaction of electrons is established 5 times more rigid than previously. The technique of calculating the squid operation with a ferromagnetic probe is developedAvailable from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 20B - Elementary particles, high energy physics, 20C - Nuclear physics, particle accelerators, PHYSICS
Year: 1992
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