Possible doublet mechanism for a regular component of parity violation in neutron scattering

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A nucleus with octupole deformation of the mean field reveals rotational doublets with the same angular momentum and opposite parity. Mediated by the Coriolis-type interaction, the doublet structure leads to a strong regular component in the parity violation caused by weak interaction. This can explain sign correlations observed in polarized neutron scattering by232 Th.
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Flambaum, Victor
Zelevinsky, V
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1995
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