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A Measurement of the Anomalous Precession Frequency of the Positive Muon
The measurement of the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon, a µ ≡ (g µ − 2)/2, has been a historic test of our theoretical understanding of elementary particles and their interactions. At present, the world average is in tension with the value predicted by the Standard Model of particle physics by more than three standard deviations, possibly caused by new physics interactions. To resolve this discrepancy, the Muon g − 2 experiment at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory aims to measure a µdoi:10.7298/q3d2-cv06 fatcat:552nbuafzbg6zjvnwztflio65m