Relativistic Quantum Chemistry and Spectroscopy of Kaonic Atomic Systems with Accounting for Radiative and Strong Interaction Effects View Full Text


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2020-02-06

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Olga Yu. Khetselius , Andrey A. Svinarenko , Valentin B. Ternovsky , Yuliya V. Dubrovskaya , Inga N. Serga

ABSTRACT

It is presented a consistent relativistic approach to calculation of spectra and spectroscopic characteristics of the kaonic Multielectron atomic systems on the basis of the Klein–Gordon–Fock equation with simultaneous accounting for the electromagnetic and strong Nuclear interactions. The theoretical study of different characteristics of Kaonic atoms is of a great interest both for the development of modern relativistic Quantum chemistry of the systems with electromagnetic and strong interactions, as well as for further understanding and development of advanced concepts of atomic and Nuclear structures. In our approach the known modified method of optical potential is used to take a strong Nuclear interaction into consideration. The consistent procedures are used to take the Nuclear (the finite Nuclear size effect) and QED (radiative) corrections into account. In particular, the advanced Uehling–Serber approach is applied to calculate the Lamb shift polarization part contribution. As illustration, we present some results of calculation of the energy and spectroscopic characteristics for Kaonic atoms of the He, Li, K, 184W, 207Pb, 238U etc. An analysis of the electromagnetic and strong interactions contributions to the transitions energies in X-ray spectra of the kaonic helium and of the “kaonic helium puzzle” is presented. The results of calculation of the transition energies in the heavy Kaonic atoms are presented and compared with the experimental and alternative theoretical data, in particular, obtained with using the simplest cascade model by Fermi–Teller and consistent method by Indelicato et al. The largest contribution to the transition energy is determined by the main Coulomb term. The contribution of radiation QED corrections, in particular, corrections for a vacuum polarization (including higher orders), is essential for the precise determination of the corresponding transition energy. The calculated and measured strong interaction shifts and widths for the Kaonic atoms X-ray transitions are listed and analysed. More... »

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33-50

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Advances in Quantum Systems in Chemistry, Physics, and Biology

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978-3-030-34940-0
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