Magnetic-moment measurements by the transient-field and recoil-in-vacuum techniques in fpg-shell nuclei
Picosecond-lifetime nuclear-state g factors are challenging to measure, with the transient-field (TF) and recoil-in-vacuum (RIV) techniques best able to probe them. The TF is experienced by a swift ion traversing a polarised ferromagnetic material, while RIV relies on hyperfine interactions between the nucleus and its electrons that occur in isolated ions. Both techniques often require independent calibration, a key limitation in their use. The objective of this thesis is to improve the...[Show more]
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