Toward a Complete Understanding of the Scissors Mode
The understanding of the nature of the low lying collective magnetic dipole excitation, known as scissors mode, discovered in 156Gd by high-resolution inelastic electron scattering1 and observed by now in all deformed nuclei, has been the goal of extensive experimental as well as theoretical investigations2.
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