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Kaonic atoms measurement at DA Φ NE : SIDDHARTA and SIDDHARTA-2

De Paolis, L. ; Sirghi, D. ; Amirkhani, A. ; Baniahmad, A. ; Bazzi, M. ; Bellotti, G. ; Berucci, C. ; Bosnar, D. ; Bragadireanu, M. and Cargnelli, M. , et al. (2019) International Scientific Meeting on Nuclear Physics, RABIDA 2018 225. p.191-195
Abstract

Light kaonic atoms studies provide the unique opportunity to perform experiments equivalent to scattering at threshold, being their atomic binding energies in the keV range. High precision atomic X-rays spectroscopy ensures that the energy shift and broadening of the lowest-lying states of the kaonic atoms, induced by the strong interaction between the kaon and nucleus, can be detected. Kaonic hydrogen and kaonic deuterium are the lightest atomic systems and their study deliver the isospin-dependent kaon-nucleon scattering lengths. The SIDDHARTA collaboration was able to perform the most precise kaonic hydrogen measurement to date, together with an exploratory measurement of kaonic deuterium. The measurement of the kaonic deuterium will... (More)

Light kaonic atoms studies provide the unique opportunity to perform experiments equivalent to scattering at threshold, being their atomic binding energies in the keV range. High precision atomic X-rays spectroscopy ensures that the energy shift and broadening of the lowest-lying states of the kaonic atoms, induced by the strong interaction between the kaon and nucleus, can be detected. Kaonic hydrogen and kaonic deuterium are the lightest atomic systems and their study deliver the isospin-dependent kaon-nucleon scattering lengths. The SIDDHARTA collaboration was able to perform the most precise kaonic hydrogen measurement to date, together with an exploratory measurement of kaonic deuterium. The measurement of the kaonic deuterium will be realized in the near future by a major upgrade of SIDDHARTA: SIDDHARTA-2. In this paper an overview of the main results obtained by SIDDHARTA together with the future plans are presented.

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Basic Concepts in Nuclear Physics : Theory, Experiments and Applications - 2018 La Rábida International Scientific Meeting on Nuclear Physics - Theory, Experiments and Applications - 2018 La Rábida International Scientific Meeting on Nuclear Physics
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García-Ramos, José-Enrique ; Pérez-Bernal, Francisco ; Andrés, María V. ; Moro, Antonio M. and Valera, José A.
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225
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5 pages
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Springer Science and Business Media B.V.
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International Scientific Meeting on Nuclear Physics, RABIDA 2018
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Huelva, Spain
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2018-06-18 - 2018-06-22
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9783030222031
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10.1007/978-3-030-22204-8_24
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English
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  abstract     = {{<p>Light kaonic atoms studies provide the unique opportunity to perform experiments equivalent to scattering at threshold, being their atomic binding energies in the keV range. High precision atomic X-rays spectroscopy ensures that the energy shift and broadening of the lowest-lying states of the kaonic atoms, induced by the strong interaction between the kaon and nucleus, can be detected. Kaonic hydrogen and kaonic deuterium are the lightest atomic systems and their study deliver the isospin-dependent kaon-nucleon scattering lengths. The SIDDHARTA collaboration was able to perform the most precise kaonic hydrogen measurement to date, together with an exploratory measurement of kaonic deuterium. The measurement of the kaonic deuterium will be realized in the near future by a major upgrade of SIDDHARTA: SIDDHARTA-2. In this paper an overview of the main results obtained by SIDDHARTA together with the future plans are presented.</p>}},
  author       = {{De Paolis, L. and Sirghi, D. and Amirkhani, A. and Baniahmad, A. and Bazzi, M. and Bellotti, G. and Berucci, C. and Bosnar, D. and Bragadireanu, M. and Cargnelli, M. and Curceanu, C. and Dawood Butt, A. and Del Grande, R. and Fabbietti, L. and Fiorini, C. and Ghio, F. and Guaraldo, C. and Iliescu, M. and Iwasaki, M. and Levi Sandri, P. and Marton, J. and Miliucci, M. and Moskal, P. and Niedźwiecki, S. and Okada, S. and Pietreanu, D. and Piscicchia, K. and Shi, H. and Silarski, M. and Sirghi, F. and Skurzok, M. and Spallone, A. and Tatsuno, H. and Vazquez Doce, O. and Widmann, E. and Zmeskal, J.}},
  booktitle    = {{Basic Concepts in Nuclear Physics : Theory, Experiments and Applications - 2018 La Rábida International Scientific Meeting on Nuclear Physics}},
  editor       = {{García-Ramos, José-Enrique and Pérez-Bernal, Francisco and Andrés, María V. and Moro, Antonio M. and Valera, José A.}},
  isbn         = {{9783030222031}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  pages        = {{191--195}},
  publisher    = {{Springer Science and Business Media B.V.}},
  title        = {{Kaonic atoms measurement at DA Φ NE : SIDDHARTA and SIDDHARTA-2}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-22204-8_24}},
  doi          = {{10.1007/978-3-030-22204-8_24}},
  volume       = {{225}},
  year         = {{2019}},
}