Institute for Theoretical Particle Physics (TTP)

TTP97-25 Using muons to probe for new physics

TTP97-25 Using muons to probe for new physics

TTP97-25 Using muons to probe for new physics

Searches for new physics using muons are reviewed. Particular attention is paid to muon number non-conserving processes, like the decay $\mu\to e\gamma$ and muon–electron conversion in muonic atoms. Also, experimental determinations and theoretical predictions for the muon anomalous magnetic moment are reviewed.

Andrzej Czarnecki
Proceedings of the fifth conference ``Beyond the Standard Model'', May 1997, Balholm, Norway; published by the American Institute of Physics, AIP conference proceedings 415, 1997.
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