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|Abstract:||The nuclear matrix elements for the momentum quadrupole operator are important for the interpretation of precision atomic physics experiments that search for violations of Lorentz symmetry. We use the configuration-interaction nuclear shell model and self-consistent mean field theory to calculate these matrix elements in Ne-21. These are the first microscopic calculations for the momentum quadrupole tensor that go beyond the single-particle estimate. We show that the momentum matrix elements are strongly suppressed by the many-body correlations, in contrast to the well known enhancement of the spatial quadrupole nuclear matrix elements.|
|Electronic Publication Date:||2017|
|Citation:||Brown, BA, Bertsch, GF, Robledo, LM, Romalis, MV, Zelevinsky, V. (2017). Nuclear Matrix Elements for Tests of Fundamental Symmetries. PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEVENTH MEETING ON CPT AND LORENTZ SYMMETRY, 61 - 64|
|Pages:||61 - 64|
|Type of Material:||Journal Article|
|Journal/Proceeding Title:||PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEVENTH MEETING ON CPT AND LORENTZ SYMMETRY|
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