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Future projects of light kaonic atom X-ray spectroscopy

Tatsuno, H. LU ; Bazzi, Mohamad; Beer, G.; Bellotti, G.; Berucci, C.; Bragadireanu, A. M.; Bosnar, D.; Cargnelli, M.; Curceanu, C. and Butt, A. D., et al. (2016) In EPJ Web of Conferences 130.
Abstract

X-ray spectroscopy of light kaonic atoms is a unique tool to provide precise information on the fundamental KN interaction at the low-energy limit and the in-medium nuclear interaction of K-. The future experiments of kaonic deuterium strong-interaction shift and width (SIDDHARTA-2 and J-PARC E57) can extract the isospin dependent K-N interaction at threshold. The high-resolution X-ray spectroscopy of kaonic helium with microcalorimeters (J-PARC E62) has the possibility to solve the long-standing potential-strength problem of the attractive K--nucleus interaction. Here, the recent experimental results and the future projects of X-ray spectroscopy of light kaonic atoms are presented.

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  author       = {Tatsuno, H. and Bazzi, Mohamad and Beer, G. and Bellotti, G. and Berucci, C. and Bragadireanu, A. M. and Bosnar, D. and Cargnelli, M. and Curceanu, C. and Butt, A. D. and D'Uffizi, A. and Fiorini, C. and Ghio, F. and Guaraldo, C. and Hayano, R. S. and Iliescu, M. and Ishiwatari, T. and Iwasaki, M. and Levi Sandri, P. and Marton, J. and Okada, S. and Pietreanu, D. and Piscicchia, K. and Romero Vidal, A. and Sbardella, E. and Scordo, A. and Shi, Hongqi and Sirghi, D. L. and Sirghi, F. and Vazquez Doce, O. and Widmann, E. and Zmeskal, J. and , },
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  volume       = {130},
  year         = {2016},
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