Measurements of nuclear magnetic moments by transient field techniques
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The intense transient magnetic fields have been applied tog-factor measurements of short-lived nuclear states. Significant data for discrete collective high-spin states in158Dy and in the actinides232Th and238U can be understood by the rotational alignment of valent neutrons and protons, respectively. Measurements on excited states of the self-conjugate nuclei20Ne and24Mg are discussed. The controversial smallg-factor of the20Ne(4+) state is particularly exciting since it contradicts all present theories.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Thin Film Excited State Significant Data Present Theory
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