Volume 380 - Particles and Nuclei International Conference 2021 (PANIC2021) - Applications of nuclear and particle physics technology
From tests of discrete symmetries to medical imaging with J-PET detector
P. Moskal*, J. Baran, N. Chug, C. Curceanu, E. Czerwiński, M. Dadgar, K. Dulski, J. Gajewski, A. Gajos, M. Gorgol, B.C. Hiesmayr, B. Jasinska, K. Kacprzak, Ł. Kapłon, H. Karimi, K. Klimaszewski, P. Konieczka, G. Korcyl, T. Kozik, N. Krawczyk, W. Krzemień, E. Kubicz, D. Kumar, S. Niedźwiecki, D. Panek, S. Parzych, E. Perez, L. Raczyński, J. Raj, A. Ruciński, S. Sharma, S. Shivani, R.Y. Shopa, M. Silarski, M. Skurzok, E.Ł. Stępień, M. Szczepanek, F. Tayefi and W. Wiślickiet al. (click to show)
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Pre-published on: March 28, 2022
Published on: May 24, 2022
Abstract
We present results on CPT symmetry tests in decays of positronium performed with the precision at the level of 10${^{-4}}$, and positronium images determined with the prototype of the J-PET tomograph. The first full-scale prototype apparatus consists of 192 plastic scintillator strips readout from both ends with vacuum tube photomultipliers. Signals produced by photomultipliers are probed in the amplitude domain and are digitized by FPGA-based readout boards in triggerless mode. In this contribution we report on the first two- and three-photon positronium images and tests of CPT symmetry in positronium decays.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.380.0033
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