Nuclear recoil effect on the magnetic-dipole decay rates of atomic levels

@article{Volotka2008NuclearRE,
  title={Nuclear recoil effect on the magnetic-dipole decay rates 
of atomic levels},
  author={Andrey V. Volotka and Dmitry A. Glazov and G{\"u}nter Plunien and Vladimir M. Shabaev and I. I. Tupitsyn},
  journal={The European Physical Journal D},
  year={2008},
  volume={48},
  pages={167-170}
}
Abstract.The effect of finite nuclear mass on the magnetic-dipole transition probabilities between fine-structure levels of the same term is investigated. Based on a rigorous QED approach a nonrelativistic formula for the recoil correction to first order in me/M is derived. Numerical results for transitions of experimental interest are presented.  
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