Nuclear Moments: A Test of the Shell Model?
It is well-known that even the extreme single-particle model (Schmidt values) can quite well reproduce the observed magnetic dipole moments of several nuclei. Recent extensive investigations on the structure of p-shell nuclei in terms of large-scale shell-model calculations show, however, that certain calculated magnetic-dipole and electric-quadrupole moments are very sensitive to the choice made for the effective nucleon-nucleon interaction.
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