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Our division is involved in the COLLAPS experiment at ISOLDE/CERN in Geneva, which is aimed at the investigation of ground state properties of exotic, short lived nuclei, such as spins, electro-magnetic moments and charge radii by means of collinear laser spectroscopy.
These observables contribute widely to our understanding of the nuclear force – they give valuable information about the coupling between nucleons, about symmetry of the nuclear wave-functions and thus about the symmetry of the nuclear interaction itself.

Please visit the COLLAPS website to read more about the experimental methods of COLLAPS.