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Radiative processes in atomic physics

by V. P. Kraĭnov

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atomic spectroscopy.,
  • Radiative transitions.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementVladimir P. Krainov, Howard R. Reiss, Boris M. Smirnov.
    ContributionsReiss, Howard., Smirnov, B. M. 1938-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC454.A8 K73 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 298 p. :
    Number of Pages298
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1007549M
    ISBN 100471125334
    LC Control Number96047468

    Plasma Atomic Physics provides an overview of the elementary processes within atoms and ions in plasmas, and introduces readers to the language of atomic spectra and light emission, allowing them. The first comprehensive treatment of quantum physics in any language, this classic introduction to the basic theory remains highly recommended and in wide use, both as a text and as a reference. A unified and accurate guide to the application of radiative processes, it explores the mathematics and physics of quantum theory. edition.

    Radiative Processes in Astrophysics: This clear, straightforward, and fundamental introduction is designed to present-from a physicists point of view-radiation processes and their applications to astrophysical phenomena and space science. It covers such topics as radiative transfer theory, relativistic covariance and kinematics, bremsstrahlung radiation, synchrotron radiation, Compton. Understanding the basic concepts in radiation physics, chemistry, and biology is important to the evaluation and interpretation of radiation-induced adverse health effects and to the derivation of radiation protection principles. This appendix presents a brief overview of the areas of radiation physics, chemistry, and biology and is based to a large extent on the reviews of Mettler and Moseley.

    Radiative processes ϑ a Figure The “sine squared distribution” arises when v ∼ 0 but a = The distribution is axially symmetric about the a-vector, and describes the relative amounts of energy dispatched in various ϑ-directions. The radiation is predominantly ⊥ to a.   The radiative flux from the atmosphere toward the Earth is represented as that of a blackbody, and the radiative temperature for emission at a given frequency is determined with accounting for the local thermodynamic equilibrium, a small gradient of the tropospheric temperature and a high optical thickness of the troposphere for infrared radiation.


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Radiative processes in atomic physics by V. P. Kraĭnov Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book offers advanced students and researchers an up-to-date quantum treatment of the interaction of atoms with electromagnetic radiation.

Problems and solutions are used to develop concepts, terminology, and the principal results of the quantum theory of radiative processes in atoms.

Radiative Processes in Atomic Physics offers advanced students and researchers an up-to-date quantum treatment of the interaction of atoms with electromagnetic radiation.

Problems and solutions are used to develop concepts, terminology, and the principal results of the quantum theory of radiative processes in by: It focuses on elementary radiative processes involving atomic particles (atoms, molecules, ions), which include radiative transitions between discrete atomic states, the photoionization of atoms, photorecombination of electrons and ions, bremsstrahlung, photodissociation of molecules, and photoattachment of electrons to atoms.

Atomic Radiative Processes provides a unified treatment of the theory of atomic radiative processes. Fourier transforms are used to obtain solutions of time-dependent Schrödinger equations, and coupled differential equations are transformed to coupled linear equations that.

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This book describes the basic physical principles of atomic spectroscopy and the absorption and emission of radiation in astrophysical and laboratory plasmas.

It summarizes the basics of electromagnetism and thermodynamics and then describes in detail the theory of atomic spectra for complex atoms, with emphasis on astrophysical applications. Radiative Processes in Astrophysics: This clear, straightforward, and fundamental introduction is designed to present-from a physicists point of view-radiation processes and their applications to astrophysical phenomena and space science.

About this book Radiative Processes in Astrophysics: This clear, straightforward, and fundamental introduction is designed to present-from a physicist's point of view-radiation processes and their applications to astrophysical phenomena and space science. This book brings new research insights on the properties and behavior of gamma radiation, studies from a wide range of options of gamma radiation applications in Nuclear Physics, industrial processes, Environmental Science, Radiation Biology, Radiation Chemistry, Agriculture and Forestry, sterilization, food industry, as well as the review of both advantages and problems that are present in these.

The book discusses mainly the inner-shell excitation by electrons, heavy-charged particles, and photons and the atomic excitation as seen in nuclear decay. The theory of radiative and radiationless transitions is also explored in terms of single-particle descriptions and many-body approaches.

Covering radiative processes in atomic physics, the material in this book is presented as a succession of problems.

These are solved using the basic principles of atomic physics and. Physics of Atoms and Molecules. This note covers the following topics: Planck's energy distribution law, Relation between Einstein coe cients, Waves and particles, Schrodinger equation, Particle in a box, Ground state of the hydrogen atom, Harmonic oscillator 1-D, Hydrogen atom and central forces, Interaction of atoms with electromagnetic radiation, Spin of the electron.

Radiative Processes in Astrophysics: This clear, straightforward, and fundamental introduction is designed to present-from a physicist's point of view-radiation processes and their applications to astrophysical phenomena and space science.

It covers such topics as radiative transfer theory, relativistic covariance and kinematics, bremsstrahlung radiation, synchrotron radiation, Compton.

This book grew out of a course of the same title which each of us taught for severa.1 years in the Harvard astronomy department. We felt a need for a book on the subject of radiative processes emphasizing the physics rather than simply giving a collection of formulas.

The range of material within the scope of the title is immense; to cover a. When atoms (ions) are excited anisotropically, polarized excited atoms are produced and the radiation emitted by these atoms is polarized. From the standpoint of plasma spectroscopy research, the existing data for various atomic processes that are related to the polarization phenomena are reviewed.

These processes are: electron impact excitation, excitation by atomic and ionic collisions. Klappentext This book describes selected problems in contemporary spectroscopy in the context of quantum mechanics and statistical physics. It focuses on elementary radiative processes involving atomic particles (atoms, molecules, ions), which include radiative transitions between discrete atomic states, the photoionization of atoms, photorecombination of electrons and ions, bremsstrahlung.

It is pointed out that atomic and molecular (A/M) processes play important roles in divertor plasmas but the problems related to these processes are not yet studied quantitatively. Recently new subjects related to A/M processes such as plasma-vapor interaction during plasma disruption are presented.

This is a brief summary of our discussions. Our recent results of the calculations for the line. Although the great majority of the applications of atomic physics in this direction have been concerned with radiative processes of one kind or another there are a number of circumstances in which a knowledge of the rates of collision processes involving electrons, ions and/or neutral atoms and molecules is required.

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