From heavy ions to exotic atoms

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Indelicato , Paul ; Trassinelli , Martino (2005)
  • Publisher: EP Systema, Budapest
  • Subject: heavy ions | exotic atoms | [ PHYS.PHYS.PHYS-ATOM-PH ] Physics [physics]/Physics [physics]/Atomic Physics [physics.atom-ph] | Physics - Atomic Physics | parity violation

We review a number of experiments and theoretical calculations on heavy ions and exotic atoms, which aim at providing informations on fundamental interactions. Among those are propositions of experiments for parity violation measurements in heavy ions and high-precision mesurements of He-like transition energies in highly charged ions. We also describe recent experiments on pionic atoms, that make use of highly-charged ion transitions to obtain accurate measurements of strong interaction shift and width.
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