Below will be references and links to relevant experimental papers. Please contact us if you know are aware of a experimental reference that has helped you understand our project. This page is under development.
INVISIBLE and DARK MATTER AXIONS
P. Sikivie, ``Experimental Tests of the `Invisible' Axion,'' Phys. Rev. Lett 51, 1415 (1983). (link)
LIGHT SHINGING THROUGH A WALL
A. A. Ansel'm Yad. Fiz. 42, 1480 (1985) [Sov. J. Nucl. Phys. 42, 936 (1985)].
K. Van Bibber et al., ``Proposed Experiment to Produce and Detect Light Pseudoscalars,'' Phys. Rev. Lett. 59, 759 (1987). (link)
G. Ruoso et al., ``Limits on Light Scalar and Pseudoscalar Particles from a Photon Regeneration Experiment,” Z. Phys. C, 56, 505 (1992). (link)
R. Cameron et al., ``Search for nearly massless, weakly coupled particles by optical techniques,” Phys. Rev. D 47, 3707 (1993). (link)
E. Zavattini et al., (PVLAS Collaboration), ``New PVLAS results and limits on magnetically induced optical rotation and ellipticity in vacuum,'' [hep-ex/0706.3419]. (link)
E. Zavattini et al., (PVLAS Collaboration), ``Experimental Observation of Optical Rotation Generated in Vacuum by a Magnetic Field,'' Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 110406 (2006). (link)
S. Andriamonje et al., (CAST Collaboration), ``An improved limit on the axion-photon coupling from the CAST experiment,” JCAP 0702, 010 (2007) [hep-ex/0702006]. (link)
K. Zioutas et al., (CAST Collaboration), ``First Results from the CERN Axion Solar Telescope,'' Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 121301 (2005). (link)
L. D. Duffy et al., (ADMX Collaboration), ``High resolution search for dark-matter axions,” Phys. Rev. D 74, 012006 (2006). (link)