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In minimal left-right symmetric theory muonium and antimuonium could be coupled through a doubly charged Higgs boson A++. In this case even a lower bound has been predicted for GM~, provided the muon neutrino mass m,~, were larger than 35 keV/c 2 . With the present experimental limit of m , , <_ 170 keV/c 2  the coupling constant GM~ should be larger than 2- 10 -4 GF. This figure would even increase for an improved bound on m ~ . For neutrinos being Majorana particles a coupling between muonium and antimuonium is possible by an intermediate pair of neutrinos.
It involves Muonium and Simple Muonic Atoms 25 measuring the ratio of Planck's constant to the mass of the neutron (h/mn) from its velocity and de Broglie wavelength and then obtaining cr using the Rydberg constant R ~ and mass ratios and has no theoretical ambiguities. For comparing a~(theor) with a~(expt) the quantized Hall effect now provides the best value with a precision of about 24 ppb. As shown in Fig. 4 agreement of the various ~ values is not too satisfactory. Such a plot is very useful to test our understanding of the different approaches.
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