On Your Wavelength podcast: Episode 5

Nuclear shapes
On Your Wavelength podcast: Episode 5
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This month, we're looking inside the atom. A recent study uses a combination of techniques to probe the shapes that the orbitals of a nucleus can take, and finds some fascinating results. Tune in to find out more...

Featuring Janne Pakarinen (University of Jyväskylä, Finland) and Grigory Rogachev (Texas A&M University, USA and Editorial Board Member of Communications Physics)

Hosted by Ankita Anirban (Nature Reviews Physics) and Cristiano Matricardi (Nature communications)

Ref: Ojala, J., Pakarinen, J., Papadakis, P. et al. Reassigning the shapes of the 0+ states in the 186Pb nucleus. Commun Phys 5, 213 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s42005-022-00990-4

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