Approximate sum rule for the electric dipole moment of light nuclei
The measurement of the electric dipole moment (EDM) is an excellent test of the standard model of particle physics, and the detection of a finite value is signal of a new source of CP violation beyond it. Among systems for which the EDM can be measured, light nuclei are particularly interesting due to their high sensitivity to new physics. In this proceedings contribution, we examine the sensitivity of the EDM of several light nuclei to the CP-odd one pion-exchange nucleon-nucleon interaction within the cluster model. We suggest an approximate sum rule for the nuclear EDM.
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