spherical even even nuclei


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Hello,

I came across the name spherical even even nuclei in an exercise about the hyperfine structure. What does it refer to? That the number of protons and the number of neutrons are both even? So that there is no nuclear magnetic moment?
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Hello,

I came across the name spherical even even nuclei in an exercise about the hyperfine structure. What does it refer to? That the number of protons and the number of neutrons are both even? So that there is no nuclear magnetic moment?
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