Author: Hoppis, N.C.
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Development of a 19Ne Source in Search of Chirality Flipping Interactions  
  • A. García, M.E. Higgins, N.C. Hoppis, D.W. Storm
    CENPA, Seattle, Washington, USA
  At the University of Washington we are developing a 19Ne source to be used to search for chirality-flipping interactions a signature of new physics. The 19Ne source is required to provide approx. 1010 atoms/second with low contamination such that the decays can be observed in a low pressure (~10-7 Torr) environment. The 19Ne will be produced via the 19F(p, n)19Ne reaction using a Sulfur Hexafluoride gas target and rapid cryogenic separation. The chirality-flipping interactions will be detected by measuring the beta spectrum using the Cyclotron Radiation Emission Spectroscopy technique. Results will be presented.  
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