Jürgen Benno Neumayr

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M. Block, D. Ackermann, D. Beck, K. Blaum, M. Breitenfeldt, A. Chauduri, A. Doemer, S. Eliseev, D. Habs, S. Heinz, F. Herfurth, F.P. Heßberger, S. Hofmann, H. Geissel, H.-J. Kluge, V. Kolhinen, G. Marx, J.B. Neumayr, M. Mukherjee, M. Petrick, W. Plass, W. Quint, S. Rahaman, C. Rauth, D. Rodŕıguez, C. Scheidenberger, L. Schweikhard, M. Suhonen, P.G. Thirolf,(More)
The masses of six neutron-deficient rare holmium and thulium isotopes close to the proton drip line were determined with the SHIPTRAP Penning trap mass spectrometer. For the first time the masses of the proton-unbound isotopes 144,145Ho and 147,148Tm were directly measured. The proton separation energies were derived from the measured mass values and(More)
M. Block1, D. Ackermann1, K. Blaum1,2, A. Chaudhuri3, M. Dworschak1, S. Eliseev1, R. Ferrer2, E. Haettner4, F. Herfurth1, F.P. Heßberger1, S. Hofmann1, J. Ketelaer2, H.-J. Kluge1, A. Martı́n1, G. Marx3, M. Mazzocco1, J. Neumayr5, Y. Novikov6, W.R. Plaß4, S. Rahaman7, C. Rauth1, D. Rodrı́guez8, L. Schweikhard3, C. Scheidenberger1,4, P.G. Thirolf5, G.(More)
Today's most precise time and frequency measurements are performed with optical atomic clocks. However, it has been proposed that they could potentially be outperformed by a nuclear clock, which employs a nuclear transition instead of an atomic shell transition. There is only one known nuclear state that could serve as a nuclear clock using currently(More)
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