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Lamb shift in muonic ions of lithium, beryllium, and boron

A. A. Krutov; A. P. Martynenko; F. A. Martynenko; O. S. Sukhorukova;
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  • Published: 23 Sep 2016 Journal: Physical Review A, volume 94 (issn: 2469-9926, eissn: 2469-9934, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: American Physical Society (APS)
We present a precise calculation of the Lamb shift $(2P_{1/2}-2S_{1/2})$ in muonic ions $(\mu ^6_3Li)^{2+},~(\mu ^7_3Li)^{2+}$, $(\mu ^9_4Be)^{3+},~(\mu ^{10}_4Be)^{3+}$, $(\mu ^{10}_5B)^{4+},~(\mu ^{11}_5B)^{4+}$. The contributions of orders $\alpha^3\div\alpha^6$ to the vacuum polarization, nuclear structure and recoil, relativistic effects are taken into account. Our numerical results are consistent with previous calculations and improve them due to account of new corrections. The obtained results can be used for the comparison with future experimental data, and extraction more accurate values of nuclear charge radii.
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free text keywords: Physics - Atomic Physics, High Energy Physics - Phenomenology, Relativistic quantum chemistry, Charge radius, Exotic atom, Physics, Nuclear structure, Effective nuclear charge, Lithium, chemistry.chemical_element, chemistry, Recoil, Lamb shift, Atomic physics
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