High Energy Particle Physics


Phase Change Dye Experiment for Wisps

Authors: B.D.O. Adams

We describe a simple experiment to look for currents of very low mass particles interacting via some fifth force. We assume some Baryons also interact with this force providing a connection to normal matter. And we also assume that both Fermion and Boson low mass particles are present. In such a case Fermions will more attracted to low density matter while Bosons would be profered at high density. If such particles are present we might detect a current between condensing gases and boiling liquids. An experiment is designed whereby such a current might turn assymetric dye molecules to point in the direction of the current. Such turned dye molecules may then be detected by their effect on polarised light. We design such a experiment, and perform it at a desktop scale. We hope future experimenters may perform the experiment to better precision, with other fluids and more professional tolerances than we can provide.

Comments: 8 Pages. Spelling corrections in new version

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[v1] 2012-08-21 13:24:11
[v2] 2012-08-25 15:00:57

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