PANDA experiment

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The PANDA experiment is a planned particle physics experiment at the Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research in Darmstadt.[1][2][3]

PANDA will use proton–antiproton annihilation to study strong interaction physics including charmonium spectroscopy and exotic states such as charmed hybrids and glueballs. [4]

A description of the experiment is available at the scholarpedia.


  1. ^ PANDA Collaboration (2009). "Physics Performance Report for PANDA: Strong Interaction Studies with Antiprotons". arXiv:0903.3905Freely accessible [hep-ex]. 
  2. ^ Bettoni, D. (2007). "The PANDA Experiment at FAIR". arXiv:0710.5664Freely accessible [hep-ex]. 
  3. ^ Brinkmann, K.-T.; Gianotti, P.; Lehmann, I. (2006). "Exploring the mysteries of strong interactions: The PANDA experiment". Nuclear Physics News. 16: 15–18. arXiv:physics/0701090Freely accessible. doi:10.1080/10506890600579868. 
  4. ^ "PANDA: Proton Antiproton Annihilations at Darmstadt". Stefan-Meyer-Institut für subatomare Physik. Retrieved 2011-03-21. 

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