## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 37N. Zanichelli, 1967 - Nuclear physics |

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2 ) Nuclei have no magnetic multipole moments M , of order 2 where l is even , i .

e . there exist no permanent magnetic monopole or

and M , vanish identically unless 21 > 1 . Thus , for example , nuclei with I ...

2 ) Nuclei have no magnetic multipole moments M , of order 2 where l is even , i .

e . there exist no permanent magnetic monopole or

**quadrupole**moments . 3 ) Q ,and M , vanish identically unless 21 > 1 . Thus , for example , nuclei with I ...

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Again in analogy with ( 5 ) it is conventional to define the

the particular value of ( 8 ) for m = I ( 1 . 9 ) Q = 4 ( 1 ) QoY ; ( 1 ) do , all other

values of ( 8 ) being obtainable from the relation ( 1 . 10 ) Q ( I , m ) = 3m2 – I ( I +

1 ) ...

Again in analogy with ( 5 ) it is conventional to define the

**quadrupole**moment asthe particular value of ( 8 ) for m = I ( 1 . 9 ) Q = 4 ( 1 ) QoY ; ( 1 ) do , all other

values of ( 8 ) being obtainable from the relation ( 1 . 10 ) Q ( I , m ) = 3m2 – I ( I +

1 ) ...

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Since electric

expect electric hexadecapole interactions to be no more than 1 Hz and thus

completely negligible . An exactly similar årgument relates successive allowed ...

Since electric

**quadrupole**interactions are generally less than 100 MHz we mayexpect electric hexadecapole interactions to be no more than 1 Hz and thus

completely negligible . An exactly similar årgument relates successive allowed ...

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### Contents

LOMER Band theory and magnetism | 1 |

PHILLIPS Band theory of transition metals | 22 |

JACCARINO Studies of the hyperfine interaction in transi | 39 |

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