Abstract

By using a supersonic beam of metastable Ne* atoms and a single-mode dye laser we determine the 2p53s–3p specific mass shift of the 20,22Ne isotopes by means of optical spectroscopy. The resulting value, on the basis of a systematic measurement of transition isotope shifts at different transition energies between 15,300 and 17,000 cm−1, is 473 ± 2.5 MHz. This is ~ 50 MHz larger than the best-known theoretical value.

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