D. E. Maison

D. E. Maison
Saint Petersburg State University | SPBU · Department of Quantum Mechanics

Master of Science

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The francium atom is considered as a prospective candidate system to search for the $\mathcal{T,P}$-violating electron electric dipole moment [Aoki \textit{et al.} Quantum Sci. Technol. \textbf{6}, 044008 (2021)]. We demonstrate that the same experiment can be used for axionlike particles (ALP) search. For this, we calculate electronic structure co...
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The francium atom is considered as a prospective candidate system to search for the T,P-violating electron electric dipole moment [T. Aoki et al Quantum Sci. Technol. 6, 044008 (2021)]. We demonstrate that the same experiment can be used for axionlike particles (ALP) search. For this, we calculate electronic structure constants of ALP-mediated inte...
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The changes in the mean-square charge radius (relative to 209 Bi), magnetic dipole, and electric quadrupole moments of 187;188;189;191 Bi were measured using the in-source resonance-ionization spectroscopy technique at ISOLDE (CERN). A large staggering in radii was found in 187;188;189 Bi g , manifested by a sharp radius increase for the ground sta...
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We report the value of the electric quadrupole moment of Bi209 extracted from the atomic data. For this, we performed electronic structure calculations for the ground S3/2o4 and excited P3/2o2 states of atomic Bi using the Dirac-Coulomb-Breit Hamiltonian and the Fock space coupled-cluster method with single, double, and full triple amplitudes for t...
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The YbOH triatomic molecule can be efficiently used to measure the electron electric dipole moment, which violates time-reversal (T) and spatial parity (P) symmetries of fundamental interactions [Kozyryev and Hutzler, Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 133002 (2017)]. We study another mechanism of the T, P-violation in the YbOH molecule—the electron–electron in...
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We report the value of the electric quadrupole moment of $^{209}$Bi extracted from the atomic data. For this, we performed electronic structure calculations for the ground $^4S^o_{3/2}$ and excited $^2P^o_{3/2}$ states of atomic Bi using the Dirac-Coulomb-Breit Hamiltonian and the Fock space coupled cluster method with single, double, and full trip...
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The YbOH triatomic molecule can be efficiently used to measure the electron electric dipole moment, which violates time-reversal (T) and spatial parity (P) symmetries of fundamental interactions [I. Kozyryev, N.R. Hutzler, Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 133002 (2017)]. We study another mechanism of the T,P-violation in the YbOH molecule - the electron-elect...
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Recently, the YbOH molecule has been suggested as a candidate to search for the electron electric dipole moment (eEDM), which violates spatial parity (P) and time-reversal (T) symmetries [I. Kozyryev and N. R. Hutzler, Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 133002 (2017)]. In the present paper, we show that the same system can be used to measure coupling constants...
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The time-reversal and spatial parity violating interaction of the nuclear magnetic quadrupole moment (MQM) of the 175Lu and 176Lu nuclei with electrons in the molecular cation LuOH+ is studied. The resulting effect is expressed in terms of fundamental parameters, such as quantum chromodynamics angle ¯θ, quark electric dipole moment (EDM), and chrom...
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Recently, the YbOH molecule has been suggested as a candidate to search for the electron electric dipole moment (eEDM), which violates spatial parity (P) and time-reversal (T ) symmetries [I. Kozyryev and N. R. Hutzler, Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 133002 (2017)]. In the present paper, we show that the same system can be used to measure coupling constants...
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The CP-violating interaction of the nuclear magnetic quadrupole moment (MQM) of the $^{175}$Lu nucleus with electrons in the molecular cation LuOH$^+$ is studied. The resulting effect is expressed in terms of CP-odd parameters, such as quantum chromodynamics angle $\bar{\theta}$, quark EDM and chromo-EDM. For this we have performed a calculation of...
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The influence of the nuclear magnetization distribution effects on the hyperfine structure of electronic states of thallium atom is studied within the relativistic coupled cluster theory. Relative significance of these effects is demonstrated for the first excited electronic state 6P3/2 of neutral Tl. Based on the obtained theoretical and available...
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A CP-violating interaction of the nuclear magnetic quadrupole moment (MQM) with electrons in the ytterbium monohydroxide molecule YbOH173 is considered. Both the MQM of the Yb173 nucleus and the molecular interaction constant WM are estimated. Electron correlation effects are taken into account within the relativistic Fock-space coupled-cluster met...
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Molecular properties of the thallium monocyanide (Tl·CN) system in its ground electronic state are studied using high-precision ab initio relativistic two-component pseudopotential replacing 60 inner-core electrons of Tl. A relativistic coupled-cluster method with single, double and perturbative triple amplitudes is employed to account for electron...
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CP-violating interaction of the nuclear magnetic quadrupole moment (MQM) with electrons in the ytterbium mono-hydroxide molecule, $^{173}$YbOH, is considered. Both the magnetic quadrupole moment (MQM) of the $^{173}$Yb nucleus and the molecular interaction constant WM are estimated. Electron correlation effects are taken into account within the rel...
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Highly accurate measurements of the g factor of boronlike Ar are currently implemented within the ARTEMIS experiment at GSI (Darmstadt, Germany) and within the ALPHATRAP experiment at the MPIK (Heidelberg, Germany). A comparison with the corresponding theoretical predictions will allow one to test the modern methods of bound-state QED. However, at...
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We report the relativistic coupled cluster study of the hyperfine structure and effect of the nuclear magnetization distribution (Bohr-Weisskopf effect) in the $6P_{1/2}$, $6P_{3/2}$ and $7S_{1/2}$ states of several Tl isotopes. It is shown that the Gaussian basis set can be used in such electronic structure calculations and provide a good accuracy...
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We report the relativistic coupled cluster study of the hyperfine structure and effect of the nuclear magnetization distribution (Bohr-Weisskopf effect) in the 6P1/2 , 6P3/2 and 7S1/2 states of several Tl isotopes. It is shown that the Gaussian basis set can be used in such electronic structure calculations and provide a good accuracy. For the grou...
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Highly accurate measurements of the $g$-factor of boron like Ar are currently implemented within the ARTEMIS experiment at GSI (Darmstadt, Germany) and within the ALPHATRAP experiment at the MPIK (Heidelberg, Germany). A comparison with the corresponding theoretical predictions will allow one to test the modern methods of bound-state QED. However,...
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Highly accurate measurements of the g-factor of boron like Ar are currently implemented within the ARTEMIS experiment at GSI (Darmstadt, Germany) and within the ALPHATRAP experiment at the MPIK (Heidelberg, Germany). A comparison with the corresponding theoretical predictions will allow one to test the modern methods of bound-state QED. However, at...
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Fr atom can be successively used to search for the atomic permanent electric dipole moment (EDM) [Hyperfine Interactions 236, \textbf{53} (2015); Journal of Physics: Conference Series 691, 012017 (2016)]. It can be induced by the permanent electron EDM predicted by modern extensions of the standard model to be nonzero at the level accessible by t...

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