Finite nuclear size corrections to the recoil effect in hydrogenlike ions

@article{Aleksandrov2014FiniteNS,
  title={Finite nuclear size corrections to the recoil effect in hydrogenlike ions},
  author={Ivan A. Aleksandrov and Arseniy Andreevich Shchepetnov and Dmitry A. Glazov and Vladimir M. Shabaev},
  journal={Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics},
  year={2014},
  volume={48}
}
The finite nuclear size corrections to the relativistic recoil effect in H-like ions are calculated within the Breit approximation. The calculations are performed for the 1s, 2s, and 2p1/2 states in the range Z = 1–110. The obtained results are compared with previous evaluations of this effect. It is found that for heavy ions the previously neglected corrections amount to about 20% of the total nuclear size contribution to the recoil effect calculated within the Breit approximation. 
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