Atoms and Their Spectroscopic Properties (Springer Series on by V.P. Shevelko

By V.P. Shevelko

Atoms and Their Spectroscopic houses has been designed as a reference on atomic constants and ordinary techniques related to atoms. the themes comprise power degrees, Lamb shifts, electrical multipole polarizabilities, oscillator strengths, transition probabilites, and cost move go sections. moreover the themes of ionization, photoionization, and excitation are mentioned. The publication additionally contains plenty of figures and tables, with plentiful references. basic analytical formulation enable one to estimate the atomic features with no resorting to a working laptop or computer.

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