Nuclear Isoscalar Magnetic Moments and Gauge Invariance

  • W. Bentz
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The study of nuclear magnetic moments has a long and fascinating history, and is still an exciting field attracting considerable interest [1]-C33. One of the reasons for this is that nuclear magnetic moments continue to provide us with touchstones for new theoretical developments. Historically, they gave evidence and support for the ideas of configuration mixing [4],[5] and exchange currents [6],[7]. In particular, isoscalar magnetic moments of nuclei with simple structures have shown very clearly the importance of the second order configuration mixing [5]. In these cases, meson exchange currents, although not yet fully explored, seemed to give only minor contributions [2].


Nuclear Matter Exchange Current Vertex Correction Nuclear Magnetic Moment Finite Nucleus 
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  • W. Bentz
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  1. 1.Department of PhysicsUniversity of TokyoBunkyo-ku, TokyoJapan

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