|Zeit:||Dienstag, 26. Juli 2011, 15.00 h|
|Redner:||Edmund Myers, Florida State University, Tallahassee, USA|
|Titel:||Precision atomic mass measurements with applications to fundamental constants, neutrino physics and physical chemistry|
A summary will be given of precision Penning trap atomic mass measurements of stable isotopes carried out at Florida State University. These include masses of the alkali and alkaline-earth metals for the photon-recoil method for obtaining the fine structure constant, of isotope pairs for double beta-decay, and of oxygen isotopes for molecular spectroscopy. Measurements of body-frame dipole moments of diatomic and triatomic molecular ions will also be briefly discussed.