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Dynamic nuclear Stark shift in hydrogen-like U-238 via super-intense laser field

  • Sidra ShafiqEmail author
  • Atif Shahbaz
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Abstract

The dynamic nuclear Stark shift has been studied for Hydrogen-like U-238, under the indirect interaction of super-intense laser with nucleus via oscillating electron. The system of Hydrogen-like U-238 is chosen by keeping the available laser facilities in mind. The electron, oscillates under the influence of linearly polarized laser field, producing a variable electric field that interacts with the discrete nuclear levels. An appreciable Stark shift has been calculated in the nuclear levels for the variation in the intensity and frequency of the incident laser.

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Atomic Physics 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of PhysicsGovernment College University (GCU)LahorePakistan

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