The presentation will concentrate on recent applications of Penning traps in atomic and nuclear physics with exotic ions, namely high-accuracy mass measurements of short-lived radionuclides, g-factor determinations of the bound-electron in highly-charged, hydrogen-like ions and g-factor measurements of the proton and antiproton. These experiments are dedicated, e.g., to astrophysics studies and test of fundamental symmetries in the case of mass measurements on radionuclides, and to the determination of fundamental constants and a CPT test in the case of the g-factor measurements [1,2].
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