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  1. Electron Emission in Heavy Ion-Atom Collisions (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics) by Nikolaus Stolterfoht, Robert D. DuBois, et all 1997-11-26
  2. Atomic and Molecular Physics: Third U.S./Mexico Symposium, Morelos, Mexico, 13-16, March, 1991 by C. Cisneros, I. Alvarez, 1992-03
  3. Atomic and Molecular Radiation Physics (Monographs on Physical Chemistry) by L.G. Christophorou, 1971-01-01
  4. Atomic Physics 12 (International Conference on Atomic Physics//Atomic Physics) by Jens C. Zorn, 1991-08
  5. Nuclear Physics: Principles and Applications by J. S. Lilley, 2001-06-08
  6. Atomic Histories (Masters of Modern Physics) by Rudolf E. Peierls, 1996-12-23
  7. Statistical Physics of Macromolecules (Polymers and Complex Materials) by Alexei R Khokhlov, Alexander Yu Grosberg, et all 2002-03-13
  8. Atomic Spectra and Collisions in External Fields (Physics of Atoms and Molecules)
  9. Multiphoton Processes in Atoms (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics) by N.B. Delone, V.P. Krainov, 2000-03-07
  10. Atoms In Electromagnetic Fields (World Scientific Series on Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics) by Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, 2005-03
  11. Polarization and Correlation Phenomena in Atomic Collisions: A Practical Theory Course (Physics of Atoms and Molecules) by Vsevolod V. Balashov, Alexei N. Grum-Grzhimailo, et all 2000-04-30
  12. Atomic and Molecular Data and their Applications: 3rd International Conference on Atomic and Molecular Data and Their Applications - ICAMDATA, Gatlinburg, ... / Atomic, Molecular, Chemical Physics)
  13. Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions: Proceedings of ICPEAC XVII, Brisbane, 10-16 July 1991 (International Conference on the Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions//Papers)
  14. Recent advances in physics (non-atomic) by Frederick Henry Newman, 1932

81. Department Of Nuclear & Atomic Physics
Department of Nuclear atomic physics. Atmol Homepage NSG Homepage Pelletron Homepage TIFR Homepage Academic Members.

Atmol Homepage NSG Homepage Pelletron Homepage TIFR Homepage
Academic Members
Y.K. Agarwal (Rm No: P313, Tel: X 2238)
Research Interests: Nuclear spectroscopy, nuclear reactions, nuclear structure studies, high spin states, reaction mechanism studies at near barrier energies, shapes of hot nuclei via excited state GDR studies, high energy gamma ray studies.
Selected Publications
D. Goswami (Rm No: B124, Tel: X 2687)
Research Interests: A subtle intermixing of experimental and theoretical research in interdisciplinary areas that primarily focus on coherent control and future technology development in optoelectronics and medicine. More specifically, coherent control in condense phase with ultrafast optical pulse shaping, Terabit/sec data-transfer communication architecture, study of nonlinear processes like supercontinum, applications to remote sensing, programmable material generation, development of medical diagnostics like enhanced imaging schemes and multiphoton microscopy, etc.
Selected Publications Home Page
H.C. Jain (Chairperson) (Rm No: P309, Tel: X 2459)
Research Interests: Research Interests: Nuclear Structure, Nuclear shapes and electromagnetic transition probabilities with increasing excitation energy and angular momenta in proton rich nuclei in mass-70 to 100 region using charged particles, neutron and gamma detector arrays.

82. Ultracold Atomic Physics Group
Welcome to the. Office RLM 10.211 Telephone (512) 4713960 FAX (512) 471-9637 email Lab Room RLM
Welcome to the Office: RLM 10.211
Telephone: (512) 471-3960
FAX: (512) 471-9637
email: Lab: Room RLM 2.304
Lab Telephone: (512) 471-1089 or
Department of Physics
The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX 78712
Current Group Members
Dan Heinzen (Associate Professor), Riley Freeland (grad student), Roahn Wynar (grad student), Gang Xu (grad student), Emek Yesilada (Grad Student) and Todd Goyen (undergrad student). Your name here? We are always looking for good people to join our group! For more information on what we are doing, click on the topics listed below. Or, please contact any group member or stop by Dan's office or the lab at any time. Also, check out the Joining our Group page.
Research Project Overviews
Bose-Einstein Condensation Cold Atom Photoassociation, Cold Molecule Production, and Ultracold Atomic Collisions Search for an Electron Electric Dipole Moment
Other Heinzen Group Information
What's New Publications Joining Our Group Research Grants ...
University of Texas at Austin

83. Atomic Physics Definition Of Atomic Physics. What Is Atomic Physics? Meaning Of
Definition of atomic physics in the Dictionary and Thesaurus. Provides examples from classic literature, search by definition of atomic physics. physics
Dictionaries: General Computing Medical Legal Encyclopedia
Atomic physics
Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Noun atomic physics - the branch of physics that studies the internal structure of atomic nuclei nuclear physics nucleonics cross section - (physics) the probability that a particular interaction (as capture or ionization) will take place between particles; measured in barns natural philosophy physical science physics - the science of matter and energy and their interactions atomic theory - a theory of the structure of the atom barn b - (physics) a unit of nuclear cross section; the effective circular area that one particle presents to another as a target for an encounter Legend: Synonyms Related Words Antonyms Some words with "Atomic physics" in the definition: atomic energy
atomic pile

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atomic spectrum
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84. Atomic Physics, LTH
atomic physics. Today, Friday 14 May 2004 1400 atomic physics Group Room, Friday Meeting, Ola Synnergren. Welcome to the Division
Welcome Personnel Address/Map News Research ... Local information
Atomic Physics, Lund Institute of Technology, P.O. Box 118, SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden
Tel: +46 46 222 76 60, Fax: +46 46 222 42 50, Email:
Atomic Physics
Welcome to the Division of Atomic Physics at Lund Institute of Technology (LTH), Lund University, Sweden. The division has a staff of over 40 researchers including guest researchers and graduate students. The research at the division is mainly based on the use of lasers, ranging from diode lasers to terawatt lasers at the High-Power Laser Facility. Some areas of research are: basic atomic physics including interactions between intense laser-fields and matter and VUV/XUV laser spectroscopy, quantum electronics, quantum optics and solid state spectroscopy, applied molecular spectroscopy, laser applications in medicine and biology, and industrial applications. Head of Division: Prof. Sune Svanberg
Division Secretary: Laila Lewin Personnel
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85. Yale Physics: Research
Physics Research atomic physics. atomic physics. Yale has a long tradition of experimental research in atomic physics. Links to
Search Yale sites
Yale University
Physics Department
Sloane Physics Lab
217 Prospect Street
PO Box 208120
New Haven, CT
06520-8120 USA
Office of
Directory Assistance Physics Research
Atomic Physics
Yale has a long tradition of experimental research in atomic physics. Links to current experimental and theoretical work are below. In addition, the department also has an active search underway for junior and/or senior faculty appointments in experimental atomic physics Last modified: May 10, 2001. (PL) Comments or suggestions to the site editor. Home url:

86. Atomic Physics On Internet
atomic physics on Internet. Atomic Servers by Country. atomic physics Links (LLNL). Belgium. BeamFoil Spectroscopy Group at the IPNE, Université de Liège Canada.
Atomic Physics on Internet
See also: conferences databases plasma software
Atomic Servers by Country
Atomic Physics Links (LLNL)
Beam-Foil Spectroscopy Group at the
Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics at the University of Manitoba
Theoretical Group in Atomic and Molecular Physics at York University
Atomic Physics Research at IFA of the University of Aarhus
Atomic Physics Division at GSI , Darmstadt
International Organizations
European Group for Atomic Spectroscopy
Atomic and Molecular Physics and Optical and X-Ray Spectroscopy at Trento Universiy
The Netherlands
The KVI Atomic Physics Facility at Groningen
FOM Institute for Atomic and Molecular Physics at Amsterdam
Atomic and Molecular Physics at the National University of Singapore
Atomic Physics at Lund Institute of Technology
Atomic Spectroscopy at Lund University
X-Ray WWW Server and Ultra-Soft X-ray Group at Uppsala University
Taiwan (Republic of China)
Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences Academia Sinica
Atomic Collision and Atomic Spectroscopy Laboratories at the National Central University
United Kingdom
The Daresbury Laboratory
at the Queen's University of Belfast
at the Universities of Durham and Newcastle
Theoretical Atomic and Molecular Physics and Astrophysics Group at the University College London
Atomic, Molecular, Discharge and Plasma Physics

87. Atom And Molecular Spectroscopy And Quantum Optics
Atom and molecular spectroscopy and quantum optics. Group Univ.Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Ernst. Group ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Laurentius Windholz. atomic physics
Atom and molecular spectroscopy and quantum optics
Group Univ.-Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Ernst
Group ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Laurentius Windholz

88. Atomic Physics &
atomic physics . This page provides links to tables of atomic physics data we have acquired that are too lengthy to include in publications.
Laboratory Astrophysics Group
The University of Western Ontario
London Ontario Canada
This page provides links to tables of atomic physics data we have acquired that are too lengthy to include in publications. We will also be posting preprints of forthcoming articles. The members of the group are: Table of Mn II hyperfine structure and gf values

89. WWAPP: 1373 Entries
Database from Plasma Laboratory at Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel.
1373 entries
Welcome to the Database. Our goal is to have an up-to-date information on people working in Atomic and Plasma Physics. We would appreciate any comments or suggestions Do not forget to register! Note: Your registration poses NO obligations.
All information from this Database may be used for non-profit purposes only. Search by names or key words Browse entire Database Registration Edit your data ... Delete your entry Running version Plasma Laboratory of Weizmann Institute of Science Maintained by Yuri Ralchenko and Evgeny Stambulchik

90. Atomic And Laser Physics, University Of Amsterdam
A highquality page of the research, meetings and people involved with University of Amsterdam's atomic and Laser physics Group. Links to research documents in PDF (English).

91. Databases For Atomic And Plasma Physics
From Plasma Laboratory of Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Databases for Atomic and Plasma Physics
See also: Atomic Physics Conferences Free Software Linux ... Atomic and Plasma Physics Atomic Databases Review: Atomic Data and Databases on the Internet: Entering 1996
Table of Databases with Data Keys
Opacity Project Database , Strasbourg, France:
NIFS Database, Nagoya, Japan:
AMDIS , IAEA, Vienna, Austria
GAPHYOR Data Center , Orsay, France
NIST PRD Databases , Gaithersburg, MD
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Databases , MA

92. Databases For Atomic And Plasma Physics
Databases for atomic and Plasma physics This resource provides access to numerous databases in both atomic and plasma physics. Yuri Ralchenko, Plasma Laboratory of Weizmann Institute of Science

93. RFNC-VNIIEF - News
A history of one of the Soviet Union's leading atomic research institutes. Includes a virtual museum of tactical and strategic nuclear weapons and delivery systems.
NEWS Upcoming remarkable and memorable events of 2004 (22.03.2003) International Conference MEGAGAUSS-IX VANT Issues Church Cronicle of Sarov N.A.Popov, M.I.Kaplunov, A.N.Popov : On contradictory objects in diagonal proofs ISTC Project - Tutorial and Research Package MASTER Collaboration Proposal RFNC-VNIIEF nuclear weapons museum

94. New Physics 2000
The nature of atomic particles, atomic nuclei and atoms.
Overview Articles History of IA IA Fact Sheet ... Cosmology Poem
(Blueprint of the Material Universe)
Stanley Fay White
Animation of an experiment This web site presents for the first time the true nature of atomic particles and their anti-particles. This site also presents the nature of atomic nuclei and a new theory on the nature of the atom, (including atomic dynamics). Science is a classified and verifiable knowledge of facts concerning nature. Scientists are those who labor to discover the universal knowledge base of science. Beginning with the founding fathers, men of science have labored to reveal this universal knowledge base of science, the totality of facts and natural laws that control the Universe. One of the major tools to carry forward this quest has been the scientific experiment. As the known science knowledge base has grown, the ability of the experiment to produce internally consistent and compatible results has been shown to be found wanting. At the end of the experiment format is a request for the conclusion of the experiment, based upon said results. The experimenter is not required to look beyond the experimental data of his experiment to verify that the experimental results are consistent and compatible with the rest of the known science knowledge base. An experiment is similar to a computer sub-program. A sub-program can be internally consistent and still not function properly in the overall program. It is the responsibility of the computer programmer to assure compatibility of the subs with the main program. In the case of the experiment, there is no "supervisor" to check the subs (the experiments) to make sure that they are compatible with the main (the science knowledge base). It is quite possible to have a sub program (the experiment) that is internally consistent and still not be compatible with the main program (the general knowledge base of science).

95. LASSP Main Page
The Laboratory of atomic and Solid State physics is a major center for research in the area of condensed matter physics. It was founded in
Faculty The Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics is a major center for research in the area of condensed matter physics. It was founded in 1959, and there are currently 29 faculty members of the Department of Physics associated with the Laboratory. Current research areas cover nonlinear phenomena, liquid state physics, soft condensed matter physics, disordered and glassy systems, low temperature physics, nano-structures and quantum transport, phonons and two level systems, spectroscopy, charge transport, protein crystals, biophysics, general condensed matter theory, many-body theory, density functional theory, mesoscopic systems, liquid and solid helium, quasicrystals, superfluid helium, magnetic ordering, percolation, quantum computing, foundations of quantum mechanics, multiscale dynamics, and cellular biophysics. Staff Students Visitors Seminars ... Faculty Positions
Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics
Clark Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853-2501

96. Complex Matter Physics @ Cornell
Laboratory of atomic and Solid State physics, Complex Matter physics Group.
Welcome to the Fluid Dynamics, Pattern Formation, and Nanobiocomplexity Research Group at the Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, USA. We are investigating the dynamics of a variety of complex nonlinear systems both experimentally and theoretically . Our interests are currently focused on biocomplexity in cell-biology, Lagrangian properties of fully developed turbulence, pattern formation and spatio-temporal chaos, and the Geodynamics of the earth's crust. For general info please go to our Public Page , or click on the images and they will guide you to information on each topic.
Thank you for your interest! If you have questions or comments please email Eberhard Bodenschatz
Posdoctoral positions available starting July 2004
  • Hydrodynamics (Turbulence, Convection) NanoBiocomplexity/cell biology Geophysics
at Cornell and from July 2005 or May 2006 at the Max-Planck-Institute for Flow Research Goettingen (Germany). Please send email
Local Information
Group Meeting Notes Computer Network Documentation (local only) LASSP Seminars Physics-Related Seminars IGERT Seminars Search the web with Google Eberhard Bodenschatz

97. Journal Of Physics B Atomic, Molecular And Optical Physics
Journal of physics B atomic, Molecular and Optical physics Journal of physics B atomic, Molecular and Optical physics is one of the major international journals in atomic, molecular and optical

98. Ken Libbrecht @ Caltech
Ph76 Advanced atomic and Optical physics Laboratory. For course information, including downloadable descriptions of the individual labs, click here.
Kenneth G. Libbrecht Home Page
Professor of Physics at Caltech
and Chairman of the Physics Department
Current Research Interests Advanced detector development for the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO). The LIGO project is aimed at detecting and studying gravitational-wave signals from violent astrophysical events, such as supernovae or coalescing neutron stars and black holes. For more information on all aspects of the LIGO project, see the LIGO web site . My work in LIGO is currently focused in two areas. The first is an instrument called the Thermal Noise Interferometer (TNI) , which is a test-bed suspended interferometer at Caltech. We are using this instrument to examine fundamental and technical sources of noise that limit the sensitivity of LIGO. Our second undertaking is a photothermal interferometer for measuring the properties of optical coatings used in the LIGO detectors. The Physics of Crystal Growth and Pattern Formation in Ice. This project is essentially a case study of the growth of ice crystals from the vapor phase, the purpose of which is to better understanding pattern formation in nonlinear nonequilibrim systems. The diverse morphologies seen in snow crystals are largely due to the bizarre temperature dependence of ice crystal growth rates, a phenomenon that was discovered 75 years ago and remains unexplained to this day. We have been making precise measurements of the growth rates of the different facets of ice crystals under controlled conditions to gain insights into the temperature dependent molecular structure of the ice surface and how it affects crystal growth. Pictures (and movies) of growing snow crystals can be found at my

99. ODTU Department Of Physics
Department of physics. Established 1960. Offers BSc, Msc, PhD. Fields Solid State, High Energy, Plasma, Mathematical, Astrophysics, atomic and Molecular, Nuclear physics.

Courses Research Department ... News Search
Established Offers
: BSc. MSc. PhD., Fields : Astrophysics, Atomic and Molecular Physics, High Energy Physics, Mathematical Physics, Nuclear Physics, Plasma Physics, Solid State Physics.
For web queries please use
For all other queries please visit Info page.

100. Physics 1933
Awarded jointly to Erwin Schr¶dinger and Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac for the discovery of new productive forms of atomic theory.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1933
"for the discovery of new productive forms of atomic theory" Erwin Schrödinger Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac 1/2 of the prize 1/2 of the prize Austria United Kingdom Berlin University
Berlin, Germany University of Cambridge
Cambridge, United Kingdom b. 1887
d. 1961 b. 1902
d. 1984 The Nobel Prize in Physics 1933
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Nobel Lecture
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Physiology or Medicine Literature ... Peace Find a Laureate: SITE FEEDBACK CONTACT TELL A FRIEND Last modified February 20, 2004 The Official Web Site of The Nobel Foundation

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