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“…Another indication of the need of extending the traditional RPA approach is coming from the experimental observation of non negligible B(M1) ↑ strength in 16 O and 40 Ca [43,47]. We have already mentioned that, in our approach, the B(M1)↑ strength is negligible for nuclei with all spin-orbit partner levels occupied.…”
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“…Another indication of the need of extending the traditional RPA approach is coming from the experimental observation of non negligible B(M1) ↑ strength in 16 O and 40 Ca [43,47]. We have already mentioned that, in our approach, the B(M1)↑ strength is negligible for nuclei with all spin-orbit partner levels occupied.…”
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“…We have already mentioned that, in our approach, the B(M1)↑ strength is negligible for nuclei with all spin-orbit partner levels occupied. Experimentally, a B(M1)↑ strength of about 1.0 µ 2 N has been identified in 16 O [43] and of about 1.2 µ 2 N in 40 Ca [47]. The description of these non-negligible strengths have been explained by considering 2p-2h excitations [48,49].…”
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“…The analysis of the experimental data [9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17] allowed us to obtain distributions of the M 1-transition probabilities for the ground state in the 22 N a, 30 P , 34 Cl nuclei (Fig.3). …”
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“…Another argument for the existence of deviations from the lp 1 h predictions is the discovery of the lowlying M 1 resonance (to be more exact, strong M 1 excitations at ~ 10 MeV) in the magic nuclei 160 [19,20] , 22]. According to the lp lh approach, no M 1 resonance can exist if the p shell or sd shell is fully occupied in 160 and 4~ correspondingly.…”
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