Magnetic field induced transition rates in Ne- and Be-like ions for plasma diagnostics and E1M1 two-photon decay rate determination

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Title Magnetic field induced transition rates in Ne- and Be-like ions for plasma diagnostics and E1M1 two-photon decay rate determination
Author Grumer, Jon ; Li, Jiguang ; Li, Wenxian ; Andersson, Martin ; Brage, Tomas ; Hutton, Roger ; Jönsson, Per ; Yang, Yang ; Zou, Yaming
Date 2013
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Synopsis We report on theoretical results of magnetic field induced transitions (MITs) in Ne- and Be-like ions without nuclear spin for two applications. Firstly, MITs are promising candidates in the determination of magnetic fields in plasmas. In our work on Ne-like ions we present accurate theoretical MIT rates for 2p6 1S0 − 2p53s 3P0 , 2 [1]. Furthermore, for Be-like ions, it has been proposed to extract the rate of the E1M1 two-photon transition 2s2 1S0 − 2s2p 3P0 by measuring the lifetime of the 3P0 state using a storage ring, which involves an external magnetic field. The MIT rates are carefully evaluated and shown to be of the same order as the E1M1 rates.
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International Conference on Photonic, Electronic and Atomic Collisions (2013 : Lanzhou, China)
Link http://icpeac2013.impcas.ac.cn/absbook/abstracts/T... (external link to publication)
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Publisher Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Host/Issue Book of abstracts;
Pages 1
Article#/Abstract# 18138
Language eng (iso)
Subject Sciences
Research Subject Categories::NATURAL SCIENCES
Note XXVII International Conference on Photonic, Electronic and Atomic Coll... (see Details for more)
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/16618 Permalink to this page
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