Nuclear level mixing and decoupling experiments
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Two types of decoupling experiments are described: decoupling of the quadrupole interaction of an isomer in a non-cubic host and decoupling of the electron-nucleus interaction of a recoiling free atom in vacuum or gases. Both perturbation interactions can be decoupled from the nuclear system by applying a large magnetic field. Some examples and results of both types of experiments are given.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Thin Film Quadrupole Interaction Nuclear Level Nuclear System
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