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Nuclear Charge Radii of Light Elements and Recent Developments in Collinear Laser Spectroscopy

  • Wilfried NörtershäuserEmail author
  • Christopher Geppert
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 879)

Abstract

Laser spectroscopy of short-lived isotopes is a unique method to investigate nuclear ground state properties. Nuclear charge radii can be extracted from the isotope shift of optical transitions. Nuclear spins and moments determine the pattern and size of the hyperfine structure. The first part of this lecture, after a theoretical introduction, focuses on new experimental techniques that have been developed to study nuclear charge radii of short-lived isotopes of the lightest elements. The progress in collinear laser spectroscopy and particularly its combination with cooled and bunched ion beams is discussed in the second part.

Keywords

Laser Spectroscopy Isotope Shift Charge Radius Mass Shift Halo Nucleus 
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