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12 December 2001 X-ray laser spectroscopy on lithium-like ions
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The Gesellschaft fuer Schwerionenforschung (GSI, Society for Heavy Ion Research) is currently the leading facility in the production of radioactive isotopes. Nuclear properties like charge radii, spin, and magnetic moments of exotic nuclei provide important data for testing of nuclear models. These properties are usually accessed by laser spectroscopy, which requires photon energies of around 100 eV in the case of lithium-like ions. We propose to use a transient gain X-ray laser (XRL) at the experimental storage ring (ESR) to perform this kind of spectroscopy. In this article we describe the planned experiments and give an overview of the current construction at GSI.
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