Recent results and current status of the muon g-2 experiment at BNL

SI Redin*, RM Carey, E Efstathiadis, MF Hare, X Huang, F Krinen, A Lam, JP Miller, J Paley, Q Peng, O Rind, BL Roberts, LR Sulak, A Trofimov, GW Bennett, HN Brown, G Bunce, GT Danby, R Larsen, YY LeeW Meng, J Mi, WM Morse, D Nikas, C Ozben, R Prigl, YK Semertzidis, D Warburton, VP Druzhinin, GV Fedotovich, D Grigoriev, BI Khazin, IB Logashenko, NM Ryskulov, YM Shatunov, EP Solodov, YF Orlov, D Winn, A Grossmann, K Jungmann, G Putlitz, P von Walter, PT Debevec, W Deninger, F Gray, DW Hertzog, CJG Onderwater, C Polly, S Sedykh, M Sossong, D Urner, A Yamamoto, B Bousquet, P Cushman, L Duong, S Giron, J Kindem, I. Kronkvist, R McNabb, T Qian, P Shagin, C Timmermans, D Zimmerman, M Iwasaki, M Kawamura, M Deile, H Deng, S Dhawan, FJM Farley, M Grosse-Perdekamp, VW Hughes, D Kawall, J Pretz, EP Sichtermann, A Steinmetz

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The muon (g - 2) experiment E821 is currently in progress at Brookhaven National Laboratory. Four data-taking runs for positive muons and one run for negative muons were successfully accomplished in 1997-2000 and 2001, respectively. Results of the 1997-2000 runs have been published, thus completing our experiment for mu(+). Data analysis for the 2001 run for mu(-) is currently in progress. To provide measurement of a(mu)- = 1/2(g - 2)(mu)- at the same level of accuracy as for a(mu)+ = 1/2(g - 2)(mu)+, we would need one more data-taking run.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1355-1364
Number of pages10
JournalCanadian Journal of Physics
Issue number11
Publication statusPublished - Nov-2002
Externally publishedYes


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