Antimatter hydrogen passes symmetry test

No sign of CPT violation seen in measure of atomic energy levels

ALPHA-2 experiment

ANTIMATTER MATCH  Scientists with the ALPHA-2 experiment, shown above, found that antimatter and matter versions of hydrogen behave alike. The frequency of light necessary to boost antihydrogen atoms into a higher energy state is the same as that for normal hydrogen atoms.


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