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LASER 2006

Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Application of Lasers in Atomic Nuclei Research "Nuclear Ground and Isometric State Properties" (LASER 2006) held in Poznan, Poland, May 29-June 01, 2006

LASER 2006 by K. Marinova
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The central part of the planned FAIR project in Darmstadt is a heavy ion syn­ chrotron called SIS300 with a magnetic rigidity Bp =300 Tm and a circumference of 1,100 m [8]. 1 The magnetic field will be produced by superconducting magnets with a maximum induction of 6 Tesla which can be ramped with a rate of 1TIs. With this OeV/u, synchrotron bare uranium can be accelerated up to a maximum energy of 34 corresponding to a relativistic factor y = 1/. 11 - f32 = 37. 5 and a reduced velocity f3 = v/c = 0. 9996444, with c the speed of light. A fascinating possibility of this accelerator is the excitation of few electron systems by the interaction with the light of conventional lasers in a collinear geometry. If the laser beam counter-propagates y = 36, the laser light at the blue edge of the visible lithium-like uranium with spectral range with an energy of IuaL = 3. 898eV isDoppler-shifted and appears in the rest frame of the Li-like system with an energy of tUJJo~ 2yliwL = 280. 6 eV. As will be outlined in more detail in Section 2 this is just the 2P / - 2S / transition energy 1 2 I 2 in lithium-like uranium. A variety of spectroscopic possibilities exist if this transition can be induced.
Springer Berlin Heidelberg; April 2010
252 pages; ISBN 9783540711131
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Title: LASER 2006
Author: K. Marinova; Z. Blaszczak; B. Markov
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