Increasingly precise measurements of the permanent electric dipole moment of the electron (eEDM) probe physics beyond the standard model and shed light on open questions such as the baryon asymmetry and dark matter. Our measurement of the eEDM uses a thermal cloud of HfF+ ions held in an RF trap, allowing us to leverage second-scale coherence times and the large internal electric fields present in polar molecules. In this poster I present the final stages of the second generation measurement and discuss key systematic effects in the experiment.
|Presenter name||Trevor Wright|
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