CSL Collapse Model Mapped with the Spontaneous Radiation
AbstractIn this paper, new upper limits on the parameters of the Continuous Spontaneous Localization (CSL) collapse model are extracted. To this end, the X-ray emission data collected by the IGEX collaboration are analyzed and compared with the spectrum of the spontaneous photon emission process predicted by collapse models. This study allows the obtainment of the most stringent limits within a relevant range of the CSL model parameters, with respect to any other method. The collapse rate
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Piscicchia, K.; Bassi, A.; Curceanu, C.; Grande, R.D.; Donadi, S.; Hiesmayr, B.C.; Pichler, A. CSL Collapse Model Mapped with the Spontaneous Radiation. Entropy 2017, 19, 319.
Piscicchia K, Bassi A, Curceanu C, Grande RD, Donadi S, Hiesmayr BC, Pichler A. CSL Collapse Model Mapped with the Spontaneous Radiation. Entropy. 2017; 19(7):319.Chicago/Turabian Style
Piscicchia, Kristian; Bassi, Angelo; Curceanu, Catalina; Grande, Raffaele D.; Donadi, Sandro; Hiesmayr, Beatrix C.; Pichler, Andreas. 2017. "CSL Collapse Model Mapped with the Spontaneous Radiation." Entropy 19, no. 7: 319.
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