The LASPEC (LAser SPECtroscopy of radioactive isotopes and isomers) projects aims to perform laser spectroscopy of exotic nuclei. Lasers give access to the hyperfine-splitting of nuclear states, which allows for conclusions on the nuclear structure, nuclear spins, electro-magnetic moments, and nuclear radii. Also the investigation of isomers, that is relatively long-lived nuclear states, is possible. Successful measurements can be done with the order of only about 100 nuclei per second, which allows for performing research into the most neutron-rich regions at FAIR.


Detailed information on the project homepage



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