001: Atomic Collisions by Earl W. McDaniel

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001: Atomic Collisions
Author: Earl W. McDaniel
eBook Title: 001: Atomic Collisions
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Rating: 3.7
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Formats: PDF, FB2, EPUB, DJVU
ISBN: 0471853070
ISBN13: 978-0471853077
Publisher: Wiley; 1st edition (September 1989)
Language: English
Subcategory: Engineering

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Dealing mainly with collisions of electrons and photons with heavy particles, Atomic Collisions discusses electron-electron and photon-electron collisions. The energy range covered extends from a few meV up to a few MeV (excluding collisions in which nuclear forces are important). Emphasis is on the mechanisms by which the various collisions take place; almost all of the scattering approximations used in atomic collision theory are considered. Topics covered include scattering resonances, coincidence measurements, merged-beam experiments, positron collisions, collisions between spin-polarized particles, GaAs polarized electron sources, position-sensitive detection, synchrotron radiation sources, cyclotron resonance masers, laser cooling and trapping, multiphoton processes, and more. The exposition is relatively self-contained and includes end-of-chapter notes and more than 200 problems.

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