ROBERT BERGER AND TIMUR ISAEV, Clemens-Schöpf Institute, Technical University of Darmstadt, 64287 Darmstadt, Germany.
Special features of polyatomic molecules make them attractive candidates for search for violation of fundamental symmetries and variation of fundamental constants [1, 2]. We discuss the possibility of searching for nuclear spin-dependent space-parity violating (\cal NSD-PV) interaction in closed-shell and open-shell polyatomic molecules. The parameter W\mathrm a of the effective molecular spin-rotational Hamiltonian characterising the strength of \cal NSD-PV~ interaction in open-shell linear molecules is discussed and approaches for its calculation outlined. In addition, possibilities for detecting \cal NSD-PV~ in chiral molecules via NMR and MW spectroscopy are presented.
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