Parity‐Violation Studies with Partially Stripped Ions

@article{Richter2022ParityViolationSW,
  title={Parity‐Violation Studies with Partially Stripped Ions},
  author={Johannes Richter and A. V. Maiorova and A. V. Viatkina and Dmitry Budker and Andrey Surzhykov},
  journal={Annalen der Physik},
  year={2022},
  volume={534}
}
A theoretical study of photoexcitation of highly charged ions from their ground states, a process which can be realized at the Gamma Factory at CERN, is presented. Special attention is paid to the question of how the excitation rates are affected by the mixing of opposite‐parity ionic levels, which is induced both by an external electric field and the weak interaction between electrons and the nucleus. In order to reinvestigate this “Stark‐plus‐weak‐interaction” mixing, well‐known in neutral… 

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