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  1. Physics of Atoms and Molecules (2nd Edition) by B.H. Bransden, C.J. Joachain, 2003-06-23
  2. Physics for Computer Science Students: With Emphasis on Atomic and Semiconductor Physics (Undergraduate Texts in Contemporary Physics) by Narciso Garcia, Arthur Damask, et all 1998-01-01
  3. Experimental Atomic Physics by G P Harnwell, 1961
  4. Electron Scattering: From Atoms, Molecules, Nuclei and Bulk Matter (Physics of Atoms and Molecules)
  5. Basic Ideas and Concepts in Nuclear Physics: An Introductory Approach, Third Edition (Series in Fundamental and Applied Nuclear Physics) by K. Heyde, 2004-07-01
  6. Atomic physics,: By Max Born ... authorized translation from the German edition, by John Dougall by Max Born, 1935
  7. An Introduction to Atomic andMolecular Physics by Wolfgang Demtröder, Wolfgang Demtr÷der, 2005-12-22
  8. Atomic Spectra and Atomic Structure by Gerhard Herzberg, 2010-08-19
  9. Molecular Processes in Plasmas: Collisions of Charged Particles with Molecules (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics) by Yukikazu Itikawa, 2010-11-02
  10. Atomic Structure Theory: Lectures on Atomic Physics by Walter R. Johnson, 2010-11-30
  11. Scientific Explanation and Atomic Physics by Edward M. MacKinnon, 1983-02
  12. Springer Handbook of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics
  13. Atomic Photoeffect (Physics of Atoms and Molecules) by M.Ya. Amusia, 1990-04-30
  14. Topics in Atomic Physics by Charles E. Burkhardt, Jacob J. Leventhal, 2010-10-05

21. Atomic Physics Online Experts
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23. Atomic Physics Definition Of Atomic Physics In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
atomic physics. Scientific study of the structure of the atom, its energy states, and its interaction with other particles and fields. The modern understanding of the atom is
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24. Atomic Physics - American Decades | HighBeam Research - FREE Trial
Atomic Physics find American Decades articles. div id= bedoc-text h1ATOMIC PHYSICS/h1h2What is an Atom?/h2pAtomic physics was making rapid strides during
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25. Niels Bohr
Published by Fysisk Tidsskrift 19, 153.
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Niels Bohr (1885-1962)
The Structure of the Atom and the Physical and Chemical Properties of the Elements
Fysisk Tidsskrift , 153 (1921) translated by A. D. Udden, "The Theory of Spectra and Atomic ConstitutionThree Essays" (Cambridge, 1922) [from Forest Ray Moulton and Justus J. Schifferes, Eds., Autobiography of Science (New York: Doubleday, 1950)] So far as the principles of the quantum theory are concerned, the point which has been emphasized hitherto is the radical departure of these principles from our usual conceptions of mechanical and electrodynamical phenomena. As I have attempted to show in recent years, it appears possible, however, to adopt a point of view which suggests that the quantum theory may, nevertheless, be regarded as a rational generalization of our ordinary conceptions. As may be seen from the postulates of the quantum theory, and particularly the frequency relation, a direct connection between the spectra and the motion of the kind required by the classical dynamics is excluded, but at the same time the form of these postulates leads us to another relation of a remarkable nature. Let us consider an electrodynamic system and inquire into the nature of the radiation which would result from the motion of the system on the basis of the ordinary conceptions. We imagine the motion to be decomposed into purely harmonic oscillations, and the radiation is assumed to consist of the simultaneous emission of series of electromagnetic waves possessing the same frequency as these harmonic components and intensities which depend upon the amplitudes of the components.

26. Atomic Physics Authors/titles Recent Submissions
Subjects Quantum Physics (quantph); Quantum Gases (cond-mat.quant-gas); Atomic Physics (physics.atom-ph)
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Title: Analysis of the near-resonant fluorescence spectra of a single rubidium atom localized in a three-dimensional optical lattice Authors: Wookrae Kim Changwon Park Jung-Ryul Kim Yea-Lee Lee ... Kyungwon An Comments: 3 pages, 2 figures Subjects: Quantum Physics (quant-ph) ; Atomic Physics (physics.atom-ph)
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Title: Authors: Guozhu Sun Xueda Wen Bo Mao Yang Yu ... Siyuan Han Comments: 19 pages, 3 figures

27. Atomic Physics
The Book of Atomic Physics of The Bible According to Einstein
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The Physics of the Atom
The eleventh book of Physics
To the index of
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The Bible According to Einstein The eleventh book of Physics, called
Atomic Physics
Ye shall obey these laws
with all thy heart and all thy mind.
Chapter I: Structure N ow an atom shall be the smallest unit of matter that cannot be divided without dividing charge. And it shall consist of the tiny, heavy, positively charged nucleus and the electron cloud , which is the relatively large, light, negatively charged distribution of electrons.
Now the electrons in an atom shall orbit the nucleus as a quantum cloud , the densest parts of which are where electrons shall be most likely found. This cloud shall be a consequence of quantum physics, which rules the region of the atom and the small. Verily shall the electrons in an atom not be particles but pieces of a cloud.
Now the "heart" of an atom shall be the nucleus, which shall contain one or many nucleons. Thus a nucleus shall consist of neutrons and of protons. And the atomic mass number shall be the number of these nucleons. And since a proton carries one positive charge, the charge of the nucleus shall be the number of these protons. And the

28. Quantum Theory
A set of online lecture notes intended as an introduction to quantum mechanics and modern atomic physics.
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In this chapter we will explore the theory which is known as quantum mechanics. This theory has some spectacular successes, among which is describing properties of atoms, but also presents us with some philosophical challenges regarding its interpretation.

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29. Atomic Physics -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
atomic physics, the scientific study of the structure of the atom, its energy states, and its interactions with other particles and with electric and magnetic fields. Atomic
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Prof., Dr. habil. Phys. Erna Karule Head of the Laboratory of Theoretical Physics. Institute of Atomic Physics and Spectroscopy, University of Latvia
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- Atom electron collisions (in sixties of 20th century)
- Interaction of Laser Radiation with Atoms: multiphoton ionization, deformation of atomic spectra in electromagnetic field, harmonic generation. Languages: Latvian (native), English (fluent), Russian (fluent), French Education:
  • University of Latvia (Faculty of Physics and Mathematics: Discipline Physics), 1954-1959. USSR Candidate of Sciences in Physics and Mathematics, Ph.D. in Western countries), University of Latvia, 1966, Thesis: "Collisions of slow electrons with atoms of alkaline metals"

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ATOMIC PHYSICS An Exploration Through Problems and Solutions Dmitry Budker Department of Physics, University of California, Berkeley, USA DerekF. Kimball Department of Physics
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35. Atomic Physics - Anagrams
Other related anagrams without their own page Subatomic particle - Impact? Orbit's a clue. (by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2002)
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36. Atomic Physics
Codes from a course by Walter Johnson. Mod_pot.f determines the parameters in a model potential for an atom with one valence electron. Nrhf.f calculates nonrelativistic Hartree-Fock wave functions for closed-shell atoms.
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Course Material for Physics 607 Atomic Physics

37. Gordon Research Conferences - Conference Program
The Atomic Physics Gordon Conference has a long history of bringing together top researchers and future leaders in the fields of atomic, molecular, and optical physics.
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38. Discussions With Einstein On Epistemological Problems In Atomic Physics
Article from Living Philosophers , by Niels Bohr.
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Niels Bohr (1949)
Discussions with Einstein
on Epistemological Problems in Atomic Physics
Source : From Albert Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist (1949), publ. Cambridge University Press, 1949. Neils Bohr's report of conversations with Einstein and Einstein's reply. WHEN invited by the Editor of the series, Living Philosophers With unfailing intuition Einstein thus was led step by step to the conclusion that any radiation process involves the emission or absorption of individual light quanta or "photons" with energy and momentum E hf and P hs respectively, where h is Planck's constant, while f and s are the number of vibrations per unit time and the number of waves per unit length, respectively. Notwithstanding its fertility, the idea of the photon implied a quite unforeseen dilemma, since any simple corpuscular picture of radiation would obviously be irreconcilable with interference effects, which present so essential an aspect of radiative phenomena, and which can be described only in terms of a wave picture. The acuteness of the dilemma is stressed by the fact that the interference effects offer our only means of defining the concepts of frequency and wavelength entering into the very expressions for the energy and momentum of the photon. In this situation, there could be no question of attempting a causal analysis of radiative phenomena, but only, by a combined use of the contrasting pictures, to estimate probabilities for the occurrence of the individual radiation processes. However, it is most important to realize that the recourse to probability laws under such circumstances is essentially different in aim from the familiar application of statistical considerations as practical means of accounting for the properties of mechanical systems of great structural complexity. In fact, in quantum physics we are presented not with intricacies of this kind, but with the inability of the classical frame of concepts to comprise the peculiar feature of indivisibility, or "individuality," characterising the elementary processes.

39. Physics Department, Princeton University - Atomic Physics
The program in atomic physics involves work with simple atomic and molecular systems in the gas phase, at surfaces, and in solids. The inherent precision of measurements on
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The program in atomic physics involves work with simple atomic and molecular systems in the gas phase, at surfaces, and in solids. The inherent precision of measurements on simple atomic and molecular systems is used in studies of fundamental physics as well as for certain applications. Experimental work frequently involves the use of Nd:YAG lasers, dye lasers, diode lasers, Ti:sapphire lasers, argon and krypton ion lasers, optical, ultraviolet and infrared spectrometers, microwave and radiofrequency spectrometers, signal processing equipment, and computers and their interfacing to apparatus. Students often need a detailed theoretical understanding of certain aspects of quantum mechanics, group theory, electricity and magnetism, nuclear physics, surface physics, physical chemistry, fluid dynamics, and plasma physics to complete their dissertation work.
On the more fundamental side, the spin interactions of atoms offer a huge and rich area for study. The interaction of polarized light with atoms, of polarized atoms with each other, and of polarized atoms with surfaces, are all active areas of research. Important questions include identifying the mechanisms that cause spin relaxation, as well as the means by which polarization can flow from one system to another. Research topics include the spin interactions of atoms that are in the solid state, such as xenon ice and alkali-metal hydrides. In much of this work, laser techniques are used in combination with nuclear magnetic resonance to produce powerful new experimental probes.

40. Dario Mitnik
Research fellow Rollins College. Contains research on atomic physics, electron impact ionization, excitation and recombination, parallelization of the R-matrix codes, distorted waves method, and time dependent method.
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