By V. Alan Kostelecky
This publication includes the complaints of the 5th assembly on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry, held at Indiana college in Bloomington from June 28 to July 2, 2010. The assembly desirous about exams of those primary symmetries and on comparable theoretical concerns, together with eventualities for attainable violations. issues coated on the assembly contain searches for CPT and Lorentz violations concerning: birefringence and dispersion from cosmological assets, clock-comparison measurements, CMB polarization, electromagnetic resonant cavities, equivalence precept, gauge and Higgs debris, high-energy astrophysical observations, laboratory and gravimetric exams of gravity, subject interferometry, neutrino oscillations, oscillations and decays of K,D,B mesons, particle-antiparticle comparisons, post-newtonian gravity within the sunlight procedure and past, moment- and third-generation debris, space-based missions, spectroscopy of hydrogen and antihydrogen, and spin polarized topic. Theoretical discussions contain actual results on the point of the traditional version, basic Relativity, and past; the potential origins and mechanisms for Lorentz and CPT violations; and similar classical and quantum concerns in box concept, particle physics, gravity, and string concept.
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Energy conservation for this process reads E(p) + (1 + κ · pˆ) λ = E(p − λ − λ ) + (1 − κ · pˆ) λ , (2) where λ = λ pˆ is the 3-momentum of the CE photon, and 3-momentum conservation has been implemented. At leading order, the physical solution of Eq. (2) is λ λCE 1 + 2 γ2 κ · pˆ . (1 + 4 γ λ / m)2 (3) Here, λCE = 4 γ 2 λ/(1 + 4 γ λ / m) denotes the conventional value of the CE energy. 5 eV yields γ p/m = 11800 and λCE = 1473 MeV. 6 × 108 . It is this large amplification factor (essentially given by γ 2 ) that yields the exceptional sensitivity of the CE to κ ˜ o+ .
6). Table 2. 1σ boson-exchange constraints from interactions with the Sun and Moon. 5 × 1011 m and λ 4 × 108 m, respectively. 8) × 10−50 Using the Sun as the source for the gravitational field in Eq. (7), we can November 1, 2010 13:48 WSPC - Proceedings Trim Size: 9in x 6in 09 44 determine whether the energy of an electron whose spin points toward the Sun, (+), differs from that of an electron whose spin points away from the Sun, (−). 2) × 10−20 , (10) where (V+ + V− )/2 = −5 × 10−3 eV is the Newtonian potential of a laboratory electron in the field of the Sun.
CPT and Lorentz Symmetry: Proceedings of the Fifth Meeting by V. Alan Kostelecky