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|Title:||RELATIVISTIC MEAN-FIELD APPROACH TO ANAPOLE MOMENT - ATOMIC PARITY-VIOLATING HYPERFINE TRANSITIONS|
|Publisher:||AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC|
|Citation:||PHYSICAL REVIEW C, 52(2), 1047-1060|
|Abstract:||A generalized formula of nuclear anapole moment-is derived using the current relativistic nuclear approach. The Dirac spin magnetization and the anomalous spin magnetization contributions to anapole moment are shown to be proportional to the second moment of respective magnetizations. The valence nucleon effective g(l)(g(a)) factors in a nucleus are obtained from the different phenomenological generalizations of relativistic nuclear magnetic moment. The unitary transformation approach is used to derive the parity nonconserving (PNC) perturbed wave functions. In the case of gl parametrization, the anomalous spin magnetization and pion contributions to anapole moment are nearly two and three times the Dirac magnetization contribution respectively; while for g(a) parametrization, all the three contributions are of the same order of magnitude. Using these calculated values of anapole moment and available atomic structure data from published literature, the Cs-133 pNC hyperfine amplitudes are calculated. The results are closer to the experimental data, particularly when the measured value of ImEP1(p.v.)/beta is used. The optical rotation angles induced by nuclear spin dependent PNC interaction are also calculated.|
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