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We have computed matter radii for the ground states of 29–35Mg for a variety of reasonable assumptions about the structure of the relevant states. For cases in which the dominant configuration is generally agreed, our computed radii are in good agreement with experimental ones. For cases in which the dominant configuration is unknown or ambiguous, comparisons between the calculated and experimental Rm do not allow a decision as to the preferred configuration.
Fortune, H. T., & Sherr, R. (2012). Matter Radii of 29-35Mg. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/physics_papers/271
Date Posted: 31 January 2013
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Fortune, H. T. & Sherr, R. (2012). Matter Radii of 29-35Mg. Physical Review C, 86(6), 064322. doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.86.064322
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