The milliQan experiment: search for milli-charged particles at the LHC
June 15, 2020
Charge quantization has always been enigmatic. Theoretically, Millicharged particles can
be an answer. The use of existing detectors, without affecting their initial
mandate, is a very promising low cost new physics detector for millicharged particles.
The Milliqan collaboration
has installed a 1/100th version of the full detector at LHC point 5 in CMS. Data
collected in 2018 is now under investigation/analysis. Some results are presented
in this paper.
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