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By C. Bouchiat, M. A. Bouchiat, L. Pottier (auth.), Richard Marrus, Michael Prior, Howard Shugart (eds.)

The 5th overseas convention on Atomic Physics was once held July 26-30, 1976 in Berkeley, California. Invited talks have been solicited that have been consultant of crucial advancements because the fourth convention held in Heidelberg, Germany in 1974. during this quantity, we've got amassed the manuscripts of the invited audio system, within the trust that they signify a consultant to modern re­ seek in atomic physics. Experimental paintings on such subject matters because the look for parity violation, spectroscopy and collision approaches of quick, highly-stripped heavy ions, unique atoms, high-Rydberg states, laser spectros­ replica, photoelectron spectroscopy, and others are defined. The paintings defined in those manuscripts is a transparent mea­ definite of the ongoing power of our box. One unsatisfied occasion because the final convention was once the passing of Dr. Victor William (Bill) Cohen (1911-1974) of Brookhaven nationwide Laboratory. invoice used to be one of many scientists who famous early the necessity for private verbal exchange between atomic physicists and used to be the leading mover in setting up the current foreign convention sequence. all people who has loved the stimulation of those meetings is indebted to invoice Cohen, and we commit this quantity of the court cases to his memory.

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BOUCHIAT, Phys. A. , Phys. E. , Phys. Rev. Letters, 22, 1263 (1969) M. E. H. SANDARS, J. Phys. B, Atom. Mol. Phys. M. E. G. SANDARS, J. Phys. B, Atom. HoI. Phys. C. N. FORTSON, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. C. , Phys. Rev. H. N. A. BOUCHIAT and L. POTTIER, J. Phys. A. BOUCHIAT and L. POTTIER, J. Phys. A. BOUCHIAT and L. , March 1976, to be published in Phys. Letters B, 62B, 327 (1976) AN OPTICAL ROTATION EXPERIMENT TO SEARCH FOR NEUTRAL CURRENT EFFECTS IN ATOMIC BISMUTH Norval Fortson University of Washington Seattle, Washington 98195 We discuss here the current status of an experiment l ,2 at the University of Washington in which we are searching for a small parity non-conserving (P~C) effect in atoms.

Fig. 7 shows data at low q2 which is included in the analysis of Ref. 66. A normalization error of 3-4% in the data in the figures is not included in the error bars. 0t---------:;--~1t-------------- • Bonn D Dny 1966 • SLAC 1170 o Fig. 6. , Ref. 70. 984. 0 q 2 in fm-2 Fig. 7. , Ref. 71. J. MOHR 52 substituted for the electric and magnetic form factors GE (q2) and GM(q2) of the proton; ~ is the magnetic moment of the proton. s. 81 fm. If the approximation of one photon exchange together with the scaling relation GM(q2) = ~GE(q2) describes the scattering, then the cross section is proportional to GE2 (q2), and deviation of the slope of the data from zero at q2 = 0 signifies deviation of the value of R from the dipole value.

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