Trends in Atomic and Molecular Physics

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This volume presents and reviews trends and developments in the following active areas of research in atomic and molecular physics: Structure and properties of clusters: atomic dynamics in intense laser fields, (e, 2e) and photoionization processes, electron impact total ionization from atoms and molecules, electron excitation of autoionizing atoms and depopulation of Rydberg atoms, Quantum optical resonances; multiphoton and multistep laser ionization spectroscopy and life time measurement of NO2. Reporting on ...

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Overview

This volume presents and reviews trends and developments in the following active areas of research in atomic and molecular physics: Structure and properties of clusters: atomic dynamics in intense laser fields, (e, 2e) and photoionization processes, electron impact total ionization from atoms and molecules, electron excitation of autoionizing atoms and depopulation of Rydberg atoms, Quantum optical resonances; multiphoton and multistep laser ionization spectroscopy and life time measurement of NO2. Reporting on the progress in these frontier areas of current research, this work provides invaluable up-to-date information from the leading experts in this field.

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Two dozen papers comprise the proceedings of the 12th National Conference on Atomic and Molecular Physics, held at Udaipur, India, in December 1998. They survey recent research, especially in Indian universities and institutes, on a wide range of areas within the field. Among the topics are interactions between solids and intense, ultrashort lasers; inner shell ionization processes; electron impact ionization; quantum optical resonance; classical and quantum mechanical investigations of charge transfer in interactions between heavy ions and atoms; the Z- dependence of photoabsorption properties in isoelectronic sequences; the multiphoton and multistep laser ionization spectroscopy of atoms; low-energy electron emission in collisions between fast ions and atoms; collision physics as a tool for environmental physics; and the potential application of the electron exchange model to positronium scattering from atoms and molecules. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461369127
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 4/30/2013
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1999
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 427
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Intense, Ultrashort, Laser-Solid Interactions; S. Banerjee , G. Ravindra Kumar, L. Tribedi. 2. Intense-field many-body S-matrix theory of atomic and molecular processes in femtosecond laser pulses; F.H.M. Faisal, A. Becker, J. Muth-Böhm. 3. Structure and properties of atomic clusters; S. Mukherjee. 4. Inner shell ionization processes; C.T. Whelan. 5. Electron impact ionisation: A progress report; H. Klar. 6. Electron impact ionisation of atoms and molecules; S.P. Khare, S. Tomar. 7. Total ionisation cross sections for electron scattering from atomic and molecular targets using quantum mechanical semi-empirical approach from threshold to 400 eV; K.L. Baluja. 8. Radiative electron capture and the photoionization of hydrogen-like ions; J. Eichler. 9. Electron excitation of autoionizing states in alkalis; R. Srivastava. 10. Depopulation of Low-Rydberg atoms: A semi-classical study; A. Kumar. 11. Chemical binding and electron correlation effect studied by inelastic x-ray and high energy electron spectroscopy; A.N. Tripathi. 12. Quantum optical resonance; S. Mathur, U. N. Upadhyaya. 13. Collision physics as a tool for environmental physics; N.J. Mason, S.K. Pathak, J M. Gingel, N.C. Jones. 14. Confined atoms: A new path towards controlled orbital collapse; J.-P. Connerade, P. Anantha Lakshmi,V.K. Dolmatov. 15. Ionization of atoms under heavy particle impact; S.C. Mukherjee. 16. Classical and quantum mechanical investigations on charge transfer in heavy ion-atom interactions; C.R.Mandal. 17. Low energy electron emission in fast ion-atom collisions; L.C. Tribedi. 18. Neutral atom traps for Bose-Einstein condensation; B.N. Jagatap, A.P. Marathe, K.G. Mianohar, R.C. Sethi, S A. Ahmad. 19. Correlation and photoionization: retrospect and prospect; S.N. Tiwary. 20. Low energy photoionization in the Ar isoelectronic sequence: Complex effects of Z; H.S. Chakraborty, P.C. Deshmukh, S.T. Manson. 21. Z-Dependence of photoabsorption properties in isoelectronic sequences; P.C. Deshmukh, H.S. Chakraborty, E.W.B. Dias, S.T. Manson. 22. Multiphoton and multistep laser ionisation spectroscopy of atoms; S.A. Ahmad, S.G. Nakhate. 23. Radiative lifetime measurements and study of perturbed electronic states of NO2; K.P. Subramanian, V. Sivakumaran, V. Kumar. 24. Electron exchange model potential: Application to positronium scattering from atoms and molecules; P.K. Biswas. Indian Society for Atomic and Molecular Physics.Index.

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