True muonium

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True muonium or Muononium is an exotic atom made up of an antimuon and a muon. It is yet to be observed, but it may have been generated in the collision of electron and positron beams. [1][2]

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References

  1. ^ S.J. Brodsky, R.F. Lebed (2009). "Production of the smallest QED atom: True muonium (µµ⁻)". Physical Review Letters. 102 (21): 213401. arXiv:0904.2225. Bibcode:2009PhRvL.102u3401B. doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.213401.
  2. ^ H. Lamm, R.F. Lebed (2013). "True Muonium (µ⁺µ⁻) on the Light Front: A Toy Model". arXiv:1311.3245.