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Abstract: Nuclear spin-dependent parity violation arises from weak interactions betweenelectrons and nucleons, and from nuclear anapole moments. We outline a methodto measure such effects, using a Stark-interference technique to determine themixing between opposite-parity rotational-hyperfine levels of ground-statemolecules. The technique is applicable to nuclei over a wide range of atomicnumber, in diatomic species that are theoretically tractable forinterpretation. This should provide data on anapole moments of many nuclei, andon previously unmeasured neutral weak couplings.



Author: D. DeMille, S. B. Cahn, D. Murphree, D. A. Rahmlow, M. G. Kozlov

Source: https://arxiv.org/







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