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Flawing CERN antihydrogen-experiments with the available H-spectrum

(2005) arXiv:physics. 0502074v1.
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Solving the antiH-problem could well be of historical interest but a solution must be unambiguous. We use already available and accurate spectral evidence to contradict and even to flaw the current CERN antiH-experiments, set up to unravel this antiH-mystery. Making antiH with a long-range interaction between e+ and p- is impossible, since this mass-asymmetrical pair of charge-conjugated antiparticles is confined to a bound state at close-range. This resembles the short- and long-range quark behavior in QCD. A real solution for antiH will therefore require a different approach.

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Van Hooydonk, Guido. 2005. “Flawing CERN Antihydrogen-experiments with the Available H-spectrum.” arXiv:physics 0502074v1: 8 pages.
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Van Hooydonk, G. (2005). Flawing CERN antihydrogen-experiments with the available H-spectrum. arXiv:physics, 0502074v1, 8 pages.
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Van Hooydonk G. Flawing CERN antihydrogen-experiments with the available H-spectrum. arXiv:physics. 2005;0502074v1:8 pages.
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Van Hooydonk, Guido. “Flawing CERN Antihydrogen-experiments with the Available H-spectrum.” arXiv:physics 0502074v1 (2005): 8 pages. Print.
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  abstract     = {Solving the antiH-problem could well be of historical interest but a solution must be unambiguous. We use already available and accurate spectral evidence to contradict and even to flaw the current CERN antiH-experiments, set up to unravel this antiH-mystery. Making antiH with a long-range interaction between e+ and p- is impossible, since this mass-asymmetrical pair of charge-conjugated antiparticles is confined to a bound state at close-range. This resembles the short- and long-range quark behavior in QCD. A real solution for antiH will therefore require a different approach.},
  author       = {Van Hooydonk, Guido},
  journal      = {arXiv:physics},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Flawing CERN antihydrogen-experiments with the available H-spectrum},
  volume       = {0502074v1},
  year         = {2005},
}