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         Atomic Physics:     more books (100)
  1. Relativistic Quantum Theory of Atoms and Molecules (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics) by I.P. Grant, 2006-11-28
  2. The Theory of Atomic Structure and Spectra (Los Alamos Series in Basic and Applied Sciences, 3) by Robert D. Cowan, 1981-09-25
  3. Atomic Physics And Human Knowledge by Niels Bohr, 2007-09-12
  4. Problems of Atomic Dynamics (Dover Books on Physics) by Max Born, 2004-11-30
  5. Radiation Oncology Physics: A Handbook for Teachers And Students by E. B. Podgorsak, 2005-09
  6. Modern Atomic and Nuclear Physics by Fu-Chia Yang, Joseph H. Hamilton, et all 1996-03-01
  7. Atomic Physics Today by Otto R. Frisch, 1961
  8. Atomic Physics Today by FrischOttoR, 1961
  9. Elementary Atomic Structure by G. K. Woodgate, 1983-10-06
  10. Structure and Dynamics: An Atomic View of Materials (Condensed Matter Physics) by Martin T. Dove, 2003-05-15
  11. Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics) by Kenro Miyamoto, 2005-07-21
  12. Atomic Physics (The Manchester Physics Series) by J.C. Willmott, 1975-01-01
  13. Atomic And Nuclear Physics - An Introduction by T.A. Littlefield, 2007-03-15
  14. 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

21. UMSL- Atomic Physics Research Lab

22. Institute Of Molecular And Atomic Physics
INSTITUTE OF MOLECULAR AND atomic physics NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF BELARUS. F.Skaryna Ave. 70, 220072 Minsk, Belarus. Tel. +375
INSTITUTE OF MOLECULAR AND ATOMIC PHYSICS NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF BELARUS F.Skaryna Ave. 70, 220072 Minsk, Belarus Tel.: +375 17 2841635, Fax: +375 17 2840030 E-mail: imafbel
Director: Doctor of Science
Sergey V. Gaponenko
Laboratory of Nanooptics

tel: +375 17 2841635, fax: +375 17 2840030,
e-mail: gaponen Deputy Director: Doctor of Science Vasilii V. Mashko
tel: +375 17 2840446, fax: +375 17 2840030,
e-mail: Deputy Director: Dr Mikhail V. Belkov
tel: +375 17 2841756, fax: +375 17 2840030,
e-mail: Scientific Secretary: Dr Igor V. Filatov
tel: +375 17 2842341, fax: +375 17 2840030,
Research Activities
  • Investigation of structure and properties of matter by optical methods
  • Spectroscopy of matter in gas and condensed phases
  • Intra- and intermolecular fast processes
  • Plasma physics and diagnostics
  • Nanosize structure physics
  • Development of methods for controlling of lasing parameters
  • Interaction of concentrated energy flows with matter
  • Development of analytical and scientific instruments
Research Laboratories

23. Plasma Physics, Atomic Physics, And Astrophysics
atomic spectroscopy; gassurface interaction (adsorption, desorption, ionization, elementary neutron stars, and interstellar medium; solar physics, comet and
Research areas:
Staff: 332 researchers, including 46 Doctors and 182 Candidates of Sciences Division Officers
Director: Michael P. Petrov
Deputy Director: Andrei D. Lebedev
Executive Secretary: Alexei B. Podlaskin

24. WMU Atomic Physics
Research in atomic physics at Western. atomic physics. Dr. Nora Berrah, Associate Professor, Experiment; Dr. Thomas Gorczyca, Assistant Professor, Theory;
Research in Atomic Physics at Western
Atomic Physics

25. Dario Mitnik
Research fellow Rollins College. Contains research on atomic physics, electron impact ionization, excitation and recombination, parallelization of the Rmatrix codes, distorted waves method, and time dependent method.
Welcome to Dr. Dario Mitnik's home page. VITA PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH CODES ... Modern Physics course (PHYS230)

26. ORNL Physics Division
Basic research in nuclear and atomic physics.
Physics Division
Basic Research in Nuclear and Atomic Physics
NSAC Long-range plan for Nuclear Physics (PDF file of size 4.2 MB)
High Energy Reactions and Neutrals Science
Research Highlights
Theoretical Nuclear Physics and Astrophysics
Low Energy Nuclear Physics
Atomic Physics

27. Atomic Physics At NCSU
atomic physics. KT Chung, Professor Among the most precise measurements in physics are those in the area of atomic physics. Dr. Johnson uses
K. T. Chung, Professor (Theory)
C . E. Johnson, Professor (Experiment)
J. R. Mowat, Professor (Experiment)
J. S. Risley, Professor (Experiment)
Atomic Physics is concerned with describing the electron clouds surrounding the nuclei of atoms and the way these clouds are influenced by the presence of fields, either static or dynamic. Historically grounded in visible spectroscopy and collision experiments using free electrons, the field has expanded its scope to include spectroscopies that reach from radio frequencies to the X-ray region and collision experiments with ions and electrons with energies ranging from almost zero eV (e.g., ion traps) to tens of GeV (at high energy accelerators). Dr. Chung carries out theoretical studies for atomic systems containing several electrons. Atomic properties such as energies, wave functions, lifetimes, isotope shifts, fine and hyperfine structures are calculated for bound states as well as highly-excited resonance systems. Polarizability and dynamic polarizability of atomic systems are also computed to obtain the van der Waals coefficients for molecules. New methods, such as saddle- point techniques, full-core plus correlation, and restricted-variation methods are being developed in order to overcome the difficulties encountered in other theoretical approaches. These methods have been highly successful; very high precision results are obtained for three- and four-electron systems. The results thus obtained are very useful to experimentalists in the analyses of observed optical and electron spectra. Calculations are underway to apply these methods to five- and six-electron systems.

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29. Atomic, Molecular, Optical (AMO) Physics In Sweden
atomic physics Group, Ingvar Lindgren Laser Spectroscopy of Negative Ions Dag Hanstorp HighPrecision Electron Affinity Measurements Doubly Excited States in
Atomic, Molecular, Optical (AMO) Physics in Sweden
This page contains links to more detailed information about the Swedish groups in Lund Stockholm and Uppsala working within Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics. It also gives a link of other AMO resources . If you feel I have missed your work (or someone else's), please tell me about additional links to be included!
Last updated 7 May 1996
International Evaluation of Swedish Physics, NFR
"Sweden for many years has been strong in Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics ... almost all the work is of high quality and some is outstanding" "Sweden is a major center for theoretical calculations in atomic and molecular physics"
Research Programmes
Atomic Physics Group Ingvar Lindgren
Laser Spectroscopy of Negative Ions Dag Hanstorp
High-Precision Electron Affinity Measurements
Doubly Excited States in Alkaline Negative Ions
Resonant Ionization Spectroscopy
Investigation of Alkaline Earth Negative Ions
Photodetachment Electron Spectroscopy
Atomic Theory
Quantum Electrodynamics, Sten Salomonson, Hans Persson

30. Bohr-Einstein
Article from Living Philosophers , by Niels Bohr.
DISCUSSION WITH EINSTEIN ON EPISTEMOLOGICAL PROBLEMS IN ATOMIC PHYSICS N IELS B OHR Originally published in Albert Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist, P. A. Schilpp, ed., pp. 200-41 The Library of Living Philosophers, Evanston (1949). W As is well known, it was the intimate relation, elucidated primarily by Boltzmann, between the laws of thermodynamics and the statistical regularities exhibited by mechanical system with many degrees of freedom, which guided Planck in his in genious treatment of the problem of thermal radiation, leading him to his fundamental discovery. While, in his work, Planck was principally concerned with considerations of essentially statistical character and with great caution refrained from definite conclusions as to the extent to which the existence of the quantum implied a departure from the foundations of mechanics and electrodynamics, Einstein's great original contribution to quantum theory (I905) was just the recognition of how physical phenomena like the photo-effect may depend directly on individual quantum effects . In these very same years when, developing his theory of relativity, Einstein laid a new foundation for physical science, he explored with a most daring spirit the novel features of atomicity which pointed beyond the whole framework of classical physics.

31. Cal State Fullerton Physics Department Directory
SLC152B. atomic physics-Experimental (Dr. Khakoo) SLC-150, SLC-151. atomic physics-Theory (Dr. Feagin) MH-654, MH-656C. Condensed
    The Physics Department office is located on the sixth floor of McCarthy Hall in room 611.
    The mailing address is: Department of Physics California State University, Fullerton P.O. Box 6866 Fullerton, CA 92834-6866 The office phone number is: (714) 278-3366 The office fax number is: (714) 278-5810 The department e-mail address is:
Physics Department Chair Physics Department Vice Chair Physics Department Undergraduate Advisor ... Physics Department Graduate Advisor Click here to download a large (372K) version of the campus map. Click here to download an area freeway map (11K). Cal State Fullerton is shown in green. Click here to download an area map with precise latitude and longitude marks. The campus entrance is at 33.87908 deg North longitude, 117.885 deg West latitude. The map is exactly 0.1 deg x 0.1 deg. To learn more about the area around Cal State Fullerton we suggest a visit to or to
Department Facilities
MH = McCarthy Hall (location 16 on campus map)
SLC = Science Laboratory Center (location 15 on campus map)
Support Facilities:
  • Office: MH-611/613 (Ms. Carol Ebbett, Ms. Sheree Traub)

32. Atomic Physics At GSI

33. Laser Cooling And Atomic Physics (LCAP) Program
Laser Cooling and atomic physics (LCAP) Program. in NASA s Microgravity Research Division. Falsecolor image of cold cesium atoms
Laser Cooling and Atomic Physics (LCAP) Program in NASA's Microgravity Research Division
False-color image of cold cesium atoms in a magneto-optical trap at the JPL Laser Cooling Facility One of the most exciting developments in physics over the past 15 years has been the use of lasers to produce ultra-cold temperatures samples of neutral and charged atoms. Three of the leaders in this field were awarded the 1997 Nobel prize in physics . The very low temperatures obtainable by these techniques (as low as 1 millionth of a degree above absolute zero) permit one to perform extremely precise spectroscopic measurements free from most perturbations and with very long interaction times. For these reasons, laser cooling is being employed in the latest generation of neutral atom clocks, yielding dramatic improvements in precision. The major limitation on the interaction time obtainable arises due to the effect of gravity. Other applications of laser cooling involve the study of the novel behavior of very cold gases of atoms. At very low temperatures, for example, atoms confined within interfering pairs of lasers form an ordered array, called an optical lattice. By combining laser cooling with evaporative cooling, scientists have recently been able to study a purely quantum form of matter known as a Bose-Einstein condensate, and the researchers that first achieved this new state of matter were awarded the 2001 Nobel prize in physics.

34. Fribourg Atomic Physics
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35. Atomic Physics
atomic physics. Pages The Hydrogen atom. Electrons and spin 1/2. Fermions and bosons. The Pauli exclusion principle. Manyelectron atoms. Spectroscopic notation.
Atomic physics Pages:
  • The Hydrogen atom Electrons and spin 1/2 Fermions and bosons The Pauli exclusion principle ... Examples
  • 36. Atomic Physics,Fysikum
    Fysikum, Stockholms universitet
    General introduction


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    Please choose.... GENERAL INTEREST Physics department (Fysikum) Manne-Siegbahn-Laboratory Stockholm University SCFAB Webmaster: Szilard Nagy 18 May, 2004

    37. Atomic Physics - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
    logo. atomic physics.
    Atomic Physics



    Laser Centre
    Group trip 23 april


    Former group members

    Masters projects Bachelors projects Research Research Publications PhD Theses in the group Links Section Atomic Physics - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Address : De Boelelaan 1081, 1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands Telephone Fax Nederlands phonebook physics FEW VU site map search webmaster This page is being refurbished to fit the new style of this site. If there is anything wrong with this page, please send an e-mail to the maintainer of this page.

    38. Atomic Physics
    atomic physics. 1. Historical perspective Mendeleev and the Periodic Table Avogadros hypothesis particles Thomson s experiment and
    Atomic Physics
    1. Historical perspective
      Mendeleev and the Periodic Table
      Avogadros hypothesis: particles
      Thomson's experiment and the discovery of the electron
      Millikan's experiment and the quantization of charge
      Rutherfords atomic model
    2. Spectroscopy
      Fraunhofer, Kirchhoff and the old spectroscopy
      Balmer's discovery
      Rydberg series and the Rydberg constant
    3. The Bohr model of the atom
      Bohr's assumptions Extension of the Bohr-model Explanation of characteristic X-rays in the Bohr-model
    4. The Schrodinger equation of the hydrogen atom
      Basic steps in solving the wave equation
        Separation of the time coordinate Transformation to the centre-of-mass; reduced mass Sperical coordinates Separtion of variables; three quantum numbers Energy levels and spectrum Wave functions Expectation values Parity Probability distributions:electron clouds Intensity: expectation value of dipole operator Selection rules
      Some advanced topics on the spectrum of the hydrogen atom
        Relativistic effects Quantum electrodynamics effects and the Lamb shift Hyperfine structure
      5. Optical transitions in a two-level system

    39. Atomic Physics And Surface Science
    Institute of Experimental Physics, atomic physics and Surface Science group. News, staff, research, teaching, publications.

    Jim Mitroy s Home page RESEARCH INTERESTS atomic physics. My general research interests lie in the areas of atomic physics and computational physics. atomic physics at the CDU.

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