# Muon $g\!-\!2$ experiment at Fermilab

At Fermilab the $$g\!-\!2$$ Muon experiment is going on which measures the magnetic dipole moment of the muon.

Can we explain the difference in prediction of theory and experiment if we introduce preons, particles which make up leptons and quarks?

There stands a greater than 3 standard deviations discrepancy between the Brookhaven measurement of $$a_μ$$ and the theoretical value predicted using the Standard Model. The Fermilab experiment seeks to either resolve or confirm this discrepancy, which is suggestive of new physics interactions.