Mass and field isotope shift parameters for the 2s-2p resonance doublet of Lithium-like ions

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Title Mass and field isotope shift parameters for the 2s-2p resonance doublet of Lithium-like ions
Author(s) Li, Jiguang ; Naze, Cedric ; Godefroid, Michel ; Fritzsche, Stephan ; Gaigalas, Gediminas ; Indelicato, Paul ; Jönsson, Per
Date 2012
English abstract
Recently, it was shown that the dielectronic recombination measurements can be used for accurately inferring changes in the nuclear mean-square charge radii of highly-charged lithium-like neodymium [1]. To make use of this method for other elements and isotopes, mass and field isotope shift calculations are required in order to derive information about the nuclear charge distributions. In this work [2], we estimate the relativistic mass and field isotope shift factors for the two 2s2 S1/2−2p 2Po 1/2,3/2 transitions along the lithium isoelectronic sequence using the GRASP2K package [3, 4] based on the multiconfiguration Dirac-Hartree-Fock method. The detailed comparisons with the MCDF-gme [5] calculations and others will be illustrated. Adopting the calculated electronic parameters of isotope shifts, we analyze the competition between the mass and field shift contributions for the 2s − 2p resonance doublet along the isoelectronic sequence, with the assistance of the empirical relations between Z and the nuclear properties. It is found that the mass shifts and the field shifts possess similar orders of magnitude in the Z < 40 range, so that one should consider both of them for a relevant analysis of isotope shifts. The field shift contribution grows rapidly towards the high-Z region and becomes quickly dominant. Discussions are also made for the 2s 2S1/2 − 2p 2Po 1/2,3/2 line isotope shifts in the case of 150,142 Nd 57+ where the experimental values are available. The present results show that the higher-order nuclear moments often neglected in the calculation of the field shift should be considered for very highly charged ions in order to extract the δ⟨r2⟩ values from experiments.
Link http://www.physi.uni-heidelberg.de/Forschung/apix/TAP/HCI12/HCI12_book.pdf (external link to publication)
Host/Issue Book of Abstracts : 16th International Conference Physics of Highly Charged Ions;
Pages 219
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) Sciences
Research Subject Categories::NATURAL SCIENCES
Note 16th International Conferences on the Physics of Highly Charged Ions, (HCI), Heidelberg (Germany), September 2 – 7, 2012
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/14682 (link to this page)
Link http://www.unitt.de/?context=452&&card=heises.a2f5c36b6cf5cd6faba1e6d3d861b317 (external link to related web page)

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