Effect of Nuclear Motion on the Energy Eigenvalues in Muonic Atoms*

  • B. Fricket
  • Published 2008


A muonic atom, like the hydrogen atom, is in principle the simplest of all possible atoms. It is necessary, however, to add a number of corrections to the hydrogenic values to get accurate theoretical values to compare with the observed x-ray energies. The largest of all corrections for inner orbitals comes from the influence of the extended nucleus in… (More)


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