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Prospects for Parity Non-conservation Experiments with Highly Charged Heavy Ions

Maul, M.; Schäfer, A.; Greiner, W.; Indelicato, P.;
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  • Published: 23 Feb 1996
We discuss the prospects for parity non-conservation experiments with highly charged heavy ions. Energy levels and parity mixing for heavy ions with two to five electrons are calculated. We investigate two-photon-transitions and the possibility to observe interference effects between weak-matrix elements and Stark matrix elements for periodic electric field configurations.
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