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The distribution of time intervals between a stop of a muon and the detected decay of a m u o n i u m a t o m in vacu u m includes full information on the a t o m ' s production rate (Fig. 5). Using an effective diffusion equation for the movement of atoms inside the target parallel to an axis (y) orthogonal to the target surface the time distribution is derived for a diffusion length l = ~ which is small compared to the target thickness a 2-v~. DM • exp ( • /0 t dr' fo ~ dy S(y)x/~Tg (a -- y) (a - - y)2 4T~MM :7, ) , (4) with DM the diffusion constant, fM the fraction of muons stopped with a density S(y) inside of the target and forming muonium.
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