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1976-07

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E. Bodenstedt

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In this talk the discussion of nuclear physics studied by hyperfine methods is limited to a few topics of high actuality:Isomer shift data for 2+ rotational states gave Δr/r values much smaller than predicted by the simple centrifugal stretching model. They provide evidence for a strong Coriolis anti-pairing effect as recent detailed “microscopic” calculations show.The Coriolis force causes also the famous “back-bending” effect at high rotational angular momenta. This phenomenon is not yet really understood. MeasuredgR values in this region would be very informative. The present situation of this challenging task is discussed.Precisely measured magnetic dipole moments of high-spin few-particle states allow in favourable cases the derivation of the meson exchange contribution. The general situation and new results are reported.Quite a few electric quadrupole moments of high spin states of several tin isotopes have recently been measured. The discussion in terms of the simple shell model reveals already interesting features. Especially the subshell filling effect is nicely exhibited. Isomer shift data for 2+ rotational states gave Δr/r values much smaller than predicted by the simple centrifugal stretching model. They provide evidence for a strong Coriolis anti-pairing effect as recent detailed “microscopic” calculations show. The Coriolis force causes also the famous “back-bending” effect at high rotational angular momenta. This phenomenon is not yet really understood. MeasuredgR values in this region would be very informative. The present situation of this challenging task is discussed. Precisely measured magnetic dipole moments of high-spin few-particle states allow in favourable cases the derivation of the meson exchange contribution. The general situation and new results are reported. Quite a few electric quadrupole moments of high spin states of several tin isotopes have recently been measured. The discussion in terms of the simple shell model reveals already interesting features. Especially the subshell filling effect is nicely exhibited. More... »

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1-14

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Hyperfine Interactions

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