26-30 July 2021
Europe/Berlin timezone

Bent Crystals for Investigation of Charmed Baryons Electromagnetic Dipole

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Poster Accelerators for HEP T13 - Accelerator for HEP


Marco Romagnoni (Univeresità degli Studi di Milano)


The electric (EDM) and magnetic (MDM) dipole moments of particles are powerful tools to explore fundamental laws of physics. EDM,strongly suppressed in the standard model, offers a perfect “smoking gun”sign of new physics. Baryons’ MDM provides insight of QCD models and might probe quark substructure. Study of EDM and MDM is usually carried out analyzing spin precession in a magnetic dipole, but such scheme excludes fast-decaying particles travelling only very short distances (i.e.,few cm). Such is the case for $\Lambda_C$ and $\Xi_C$ charmed baryons, whose EDM and MDM has still not been directly measured. A chance for this measure is granted by bent crystals. Indeed,spin precession equivalent to hundreds of Tesla dipole may occur for particle crossing a bent crystal in planar channeling state.The crystal-assisted setup exploiting LHCb detectors proposed by SELDOM will be presented, with focus in the design and production of bent crystal suitable for such experiment and compatible with operation in LHC.

Collaboration / Activity SELDOM

Primary author

Marco Romagnoni (Univeresità degli Studi di Milano)


Dr Alexei Sytov (INFN Ferrara) Dr Andrea Mazzolari (INFN Ferrara) Dr Andrea Merli (INFN Milano, Università degli Studi di Milano) Mr Federico De Benedetti (INFN Milano) Dr Jinlin Fu (INFN Milano, Università degli Studi di Milano) Dr Joan Ruiz Vidal (Universitat de València) Mr Jose Mazorra de Cos (Universitat de València) Dr Laura Bandiera (INFN Ferrara) Dr Louis Henry (INFN Milano, Università degli Studi di Milano, Universitat de València) Mr Luigi Scatizza (INFN Ferrara) Prof. Martinez Vidal Ferdinando (Universitat de València) Mattia Soldani (Università degli Studi di Ferrara & INFN Ferrara) Dr Melissa Tamisari (Università degli Studi di Ferrara) Prof. Nicola Neri (Università degli Studi di Milano, INFN Milano) Dr Salvatore Aiola (INFN Milano) Prof. Vincenzo Guidi (Università degli Studi di Ferrara & INFN Ferrara)

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