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Author: Aaron Temkin
ISBN: 0306418541
Subcategory: Physics
Pages 261 pages
Publisher Springer; 1 edition (August 1, 1985)
Language English
Category: Science
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eBook Autoionization: Recent Developments and Applications (Physics of Atoms and Molecules) download

by Aaron Temkin


Recent Developments and Applications. Theory and Calculation of Resonances and Autoionization of Two-Electron Atoms and Ions.

Recent Developments and Applications. Chung, Kwong T. (et a.

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A new chapter describing other applications, including magnetic resonance, atom optics, atoms in cavities, ions in traps, atomic clocks and astrophysics. Revised appendices include new material on molecules and updated tables of physical constants. Solutions of selected problems. Bransden is Emeritus Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Durham.

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Book · October 2014 with 32,539 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. A comparison is presented between theory and the recent experiments of for e± and contrasted with the results from earlier electron experiments.

and tests of the spin-statistics theorem.

The beginning of this book does a terrific job explaining the basis for use of the density matrix, with essentially a worked example of the Stern-Gerlach experiment. The mechanics of time evolution are also discussed in an informative manner, as well as polarization states and coupled systems. The rest of the book treats specific applications, and I have no real complaints on the actual content

Autoionization is a process by which an atom or a molecule in an excited state spontaneously emits one of the outer-shell electrons, thus going from a state with charge Z to a state with charge Z + . .

Autoionization is a process by which an atom or a molecule in an excited state spontaneously emits one of the outer-shell electrons, thus going from a state with charge Z to a state with charge Z + 1, for example from an electrically neutral state to a singly ionized state. Autoionizing states are usually short-lived, and thus can be described as Fano resonances rather than normal bound states

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics: Atoms and Molecules. Combined with the other two volumes, this text is a comprehensive treatment of the key experimental methods of atomic, molecular, and optical physics, as well as an excellent experimental handbook for the field.

About five years ago, Professor P. G. Burke asked me to edit a sequel to an earlier book-Autoionization: Theoretical, Astrophysical, and Laboratory Experimental Aspects, edited by A. Temkin, Mono Book Corp. , Baltimore, 1966. Because so much time had gone by and so much work had been done, the prospect of updating the 1966 volume seemed out of the question. In 1965 the phenomenon of autoionization, although long known, was just starting to emerge from a comparatively intuitive stage of understanding. Three major developments characterized that development: In solar (astro-)physics, Alan Burgess (1960) had provided the resolution of the discrepancy of the temperature of the solar corona as observed versus that deduced from ionization balance calculations, by including the process of dielectronic recombination in the calculation; Madden and Codling (1963) had just performed their classic experiment revealing spectroscopically sharp lines in the midst of the photoionization continuum of the noble gases; and Feshbach (1962) had developed a theory with the explicit introduction of projection operators, which for the first time put the calculation of auto­ ionization states on a firm theoretical footing. There were important additional contributions made at that time as well; nevertheless, without going into further detail, we were able to include in our 1966 volume, in spite of its modest size, a not too incomplete survey of the important developments at that time. To do the equivalent now would be virtually impossible.