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Shannon Hoogerheide (Fed)

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Progress on the BL2 beam measurement of the neutron lifetime

April 17, 2021
Author(s)
Shannon M. Hoogerheide, Jimmy P. Caylor, Evan R. Adamek, Eamon S. Anderson, Ripan Biswas, B. E. Crawford, Christina DeAngelis, Maynard S. Dewey, N Fomin, David M. Gilliam, Kyle Grammer, G L. Greene, Robert W. Haun, Jonathan Mulholland, Hans Pieter Mumm, Jeffrey S. Nico, William M. Snow, F E. Wietfeldt, Andrew Yue
A precise value of the neutron lifetime is important in several areas of physics, including determinations of the quark-mixing matrix element |Vud|, related tests of the Standard Model, and predictions of light element abundances in Big Bang

Neutron Spin Rotation Measurements

April 15, 2021
Author(s)
Jeffrey S. Nico, Shannon Hoogerheide, Hans Pieter Mumm, Murad Sarsour, J Amadio, Eamon Anderson, Libertad Barron-Palos, Bret Crawford, Chris Crawford, D. Esposito, Walter Fox, I Francis, J Fry, Chris Haddock, Adam Holley, Kirill Korsak, J Lieers, S Magers, M. Maldonado-Velazquez, D Mayorov, T Okudaira, C Paudel, S Santra, H.M. Shimizu, William M. Snow, A. Sprow, K. Steen, H E. Swanson, John Vanderwerp, P. A. Yergeau
The neutron spin rotation (NSR) collaboration used parity-violating spin rotation of transversely polarized neutrons transmitted through a 0.5 m liquid helium target to constrain weak coupling constants between nucleons. While consistent with theoretical

Lifetime of the metastable 2 P 1/2 state of F-like Ar 9+ isolated in a compact Penning trap

September 6, 2018
Author(s)
Samuel M. Brewer, Joan M. Dreiling, Nicholas D. Guise, Shannon M. Hoogerheide, Aung Naing, Joseph N. Tan
Multiple-ionized atoms can be captured at low energy in a compact Penning trap, allowing the isolation of a single charge state to measure the radiative lifetime of an atomic state that decays via weakly allowed transitions. Such a measurement is reported