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The chemistry of muonium, a light isotope of hydrogen, is investigated for the time period immediately after stopping of its precursor, the positive muon, in the condensed phase.
Negative muons are attracted by the atomic nuclei, form muonic atoms (i.e., atoms in which one electron is replaced by the negative muon), a fact that has been used to demonstrate the muon-catalyzed fusion process.
These early quantum chemistry calculations did establish an important point though - in contrast to conventional molecular vibrations, the most stable vibrationally-bonded states correspond to the lightest atoms, and hence Mu, given the huge ZPE shift expected from Mu-bond formation, should be the ideal candidate for their observation.
The muon is an elementary particle similar to the electron, with an electric charge of −1 e and a spin of 1/2, but with a much greater mass. It is classified as a lepton. As with other leptons, the muon is not known to have any sub-structure – that is, it is not thought to be composed of any simpler particles. The muon is an unstable subatomic particle with a mean lifetime of 2.2 μs, much longer than many other subatomic particles. As with the decay of the non-elementary neutron, muon ...
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The muon is actually one of the most stable subatomic particles, with a lifetime of 2.2 µs. That sounds like almost nothing, but it's many orders of magnitude more than what is necessary to observe "chemistry". Unfortunately, it's just too difficult to produce for how ephemeral it is...