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Atomic and electron physics

Atomic and electron physics

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Published by Academic Press in New York, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Benjamin Bederson, Wade L. Fite. Pt.A, Atomic interactions.
SeriesMethods of experimental physics -- v.7
ContributionsFite, Wade L., Bederson, Benjamin.
The Physical Object
Pagination506p. :
Number of Pages506
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19908728M

This book is an introduction to the physics of highly excited, easily perturbed or interacting atoms. The book begins with a brief introduction to the traditional view of electron shells and their properties, and then goes on to discuss Rydberg states, quantum defect theory, atomic f-values, centrifugal barrier effects, autoionisation, inner shell and double excitation spectra, K-matrix theory. In a hydrogen atom, the electron magnetic moment can interact with the magnetic field produced by the orbital angular momentum of the electron, a phenomenon called spin-orbit orbital angular momentum (L → L →), orbital magnetic moment (μ → μ →), spin angular momentum (S → S →), and spin magnetic moment (μ → s μ → s) vectors are shown together in Figure

Electron Atomic Orbital Current Pattern (Ch. 1) The bound electron (the electron atomic orbital) is composed of a continuous distribution of great-circle current distribution is constructed such that it results in two angular momentum vectors, giving rise to the phenomenon of electron spin. Atomic Physics is based upon a series of lectures on physics that Born gave in Germany in Since then it has been translated into English updated significantly as physics developed. This means that the book represents sound physics, and not the relatively undeveloped picture of the physics/5(28).

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Atomic Physics Lecture Notes (PDF P) This lecture note covers the following topics: emission and absorption of light, spectral lines, Atomic orders of magnitude, Basic structure of atoms, The Central Field Approximation, Many-electron atoms, Energy levels, Corrections to the Central Field, Spin-Orbit interaction, The Vector Model, Two-electron atoms, Symmetry and indistinguishability.

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The focus is mainly on atomic structure since this is what is primarily responsible for the physical properties of atoms. After a brief introduction to some basic concepts. Atomic Physics I. Major topics covered are: Ultracold atom: electron interaction, Laser sub cycle two dimensional electron momentum mapping using orthogonal two color fields, Magneto optical trapping of a diatomic molecule, Coherent magnon optics in a ferromagnetic spinor Bose-Einstein condensate, Nanophotonic quantum phase switch with a single atom, Exact equations of motion for natural.

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First published in English inthis classic treatment is well known to students and teachers of physics around the world. Since its original publication, Professor Born (Nobel laureate, ) continually updated the book to incorporate new developments in all branches of physics, particularly in the field of elementary : Dover Publications.

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