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         Atomic Physics:     more books (100)
  1. Elementary particles; a short history of some discoveries in atomic physics by Chen Ning Yang,
  2. Theory of Atomic and Molecular Clusters: With a Glimpse at Experiments (Springer Series in Cluster Physics)
  3. Rydberg Atoms (Cambridge Monographs on Atomic, Molecular and Chemical Physics) by Thomas F. Gallagher, 2005-11-03
  4. Sixteenth International Conference on the Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions (International Conference on the Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions//Papers) by A. Dalgarno, R. S. Freund, et all 1989-12
  5. Scientific Explanation and Atomic Physics by Edward M. MacKinnon, 1983-02
  6. Solid State Physics of Finite Systems: Metal Clusters, Fullerenes, Atomic Wires (Advanced Texts in Physics) by R.A. Broglia, G. Coló, et all 2004-08-17
  7. Coherence and Correlation in Atomic Collisions (Physics of Atoms and Molecules) by London) International Workshop on Coherence and Correlation in Atomic Collisions (1978 : University College, Kleinpoppe, et all 1979-06
  8. Atomic Physics in Hot Plasmas (International Series of Monographs on Physics) by David Salzmann, 1998-08-20
  10. Atoms in Intense Laser Fields (Advances in Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics)
  11. Cagnac: Modern Atomic Physics - Fundamen (Fundamentals & Principles) by CAGNAC, 1975
  12. Atomic Physics 10 by Hajime Narumi, Isao Shimamura, 1987-02
  13. Atomic Collision Theory (Lecture notes and supplements in physics) by B. Bransden, 1982-11
  14. Electricity and Atomic Physics by P Parker, 1971

121. Nuclear Physics
other. The electron is the lightweight particle that orbits outside of the atomic nucleus. naturally. Nuclear physics continued
EncycloZine Astronomy Biology Chemistry ... Mr Tompkins in Paperback : Comprising 'Mr Tompkins in Wonderland' and 'Mr Tompkins Explores the Atom' George Gamow HACKING MATTER: Levitating Chairs, Quantum Mirages, and the Infinite Weirdness of PROGRAMMABLE ATOMS Wil McCarthy Skis Against the Atom: The Exciting, First Hand Account of Heroism and Daring Sabotage During the Nazi Occupation of Norway Knut Haukelid, Collin Gubbins The Cult of the Atom : The Secret Papers of the Atomic Energy Commission Daniel F. Ford Adventures With Atoms and Molecules: Chemistry Experiments for Young People (Adventures With Science , No 1) Robert C. Mebane, Thomas R. Rybolt Stellar Alchemy : The Celestial Origin of Atoms Michel Cassé, Stephen Lyle Right Hand, Left Hand : The Origins of Asymmetry in Brains, Bodies, Atoms and Cultures Chris McManus Boltzmanns Atom: The Great Debate That Launched A Revolution In Physics David Lindley Atom and Archetype : The Pauli/Jung Letters, 1932-1958 C. G. Jung, Wolfgang Pauli, C. A. Meier, David Roscoe Conceptual Chemistry: Understanding Our World of Atoms and Molecules, Second Edition

122. Introduction: The Atomic Century
History of the development of nuclear energy, human radiation experiments, the effects on people of the developments in nuclear physics.
DOE Openness: Human Radiation Experiments: Roadmap to the Project
ACHRE Report ACHRE Report Introduction The Atomic Century Before the Atomic Age: "Shadow Pictures," Radioisotopes, and the Beginnings of Human Radiation Experimentation The Manhattan Project: A New and Secret World of Human Experimentation The Atomic Energy Commission and Postwar Biomedical Radiation Research The Transformation in Government - Sponsored Research ...
How Do Scientists Determine the Long-Term Risks from Radiation?
The Atomic Century
One hundred years ago, a half century before the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the discovery of x rays spotlighted the extraordinary promise, and peril, of the atom. From that time until 1942, atomic research was in private hands. The Second World War and the Manhattan Project, which planned and built the first atomic bombs, transformed a cottage industry of researchers into the largest and one of the most secretive research projects ever undertaken. Scientists who had once raced to publish their results learned to speak in codes accessible only to those with a "need to know." Indeed, during the war the very existence of the man-made element plutonium was a national secret. After the war's end, the network of radiation researchers, government and military officials, and physicians mobilized for the Manhattan Project did not disband. Rather, they began working on government programs to promote both peaceful uses of atomic energy and nuclear weapons development.

123. NIST Atomic Spectra Database
Critical compilation of atomic energy levels, wavelengths and transition probabilities from NIST, US.
Welcome to the NIST Atomic Spectra Database, NIST Standard Reference Database #78. The spectroscopic data may be selected and displayed according to wavelengths or energy levels by choosing one of the following options: Spectral lines and associated energy levels displayed in wavelength order with all selected spectra intermixed or in multiplet order. Transition probabilities for the lines are also displayed where available. Energy levels of a particular atom or ion displayed in order of energy above the ground state. Additional information about the database may be obtained through the following links: Introduction Introduction to the Atomic Spectra Database. List of Spectra Overview of data contained in the database. Ground States
and Ionization Energies
Table of Ground States and Ionization Energies for Neutral Atoms. Bibliography Bibliography of data sources used for this database. Help On-line help in using the database. This database provides access and search capability for NIST critically evaluated data on atomic energy levels, wavelengths, and transition probabilities that are reasonably up-to-date. The Atomic Energy Levels Data Center and Data Center on Atomic Transition Probabilities and Line Shapes have carried out these . Both Data Centers are located in the Physics Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). This database is also a component of the

124. The Atomic Age A Brief Overview
An overview of the Manhattan Project, the use of the bomb, the development of the Cold War and the physics of nuclear weapons. Includes photographs and a bibliography.

125. NIST Physical Reference Data
Database holding information on fundamental physical constants, atomic spectra, molecular spectroscopic data, ionization data, XRay and Gamma-Ray data, radiation dosimetry data, nuclear physics data, and condensed matter physics data.

Elemental Data Index
Access database holdings organized by element.
Use the databases below to access all information. Physical Constants Fundamental Physical Constants Searchable Bibliography on the Constants International System of Units (SI) ... Atomic Spectroscopy Data Atomic Spectra Database [ Version 2.0 Version 1.3 Handbook of Basic Atomic Spectroscopic Data Energy Levels of Hydrogen and Deuterium ... Microwave Spectral Data : Diatomics, Triatomics, and Hydrocarbons Wavenumber Tables for Calibration of Infrared Spectrometers Frequencies for Interstellar Molecular Microwave Transitions Photoionization of CO2 (ARPES) Atomic and Molecular Data ... Standard Reference Data Catalog The use of International Units and the expression of uncertainty in measurement is critical to all data activities. For information on these topics, see guidelines for evaluating and expressing measurement uncertainty , and information on the International System of Units (SI) Additional data and databases are being prepared for this server. Inquiries or comments:

126. AG Aumayr
A research group at IAP/TU Wien, Austria.
Atomic and Plasma Physics Group of Prof. F. Aumayr
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Article about the scientists involved in developing Britain's atomic bomb with supporting materials regarding the physics and technology involved in the project, and underground testing. Links to diagram of modern warhead and article about the ratification of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty by the UK.

128. History Of Indian Science And Technology: History Of Physics And Chemistry
Essay outlining developments in the study of physics and chemistry in India. Lists some of the early atomic theories, as well as insights gathered in the fields of astronomy, optics, sound, and other branches of physics.
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SOUTH ASIAN HISTORY Pages from the history of the Indian sub-continent: Science and Technology in India History of the Physical Sciences in India In all early civilizations, the study of the physical sciences was neither formalized nor separated from other branches of knowledge. And at least initially, there were few conscious attempts to study the theory of science independently of the practical innovations and technologies that required some application of scientific principles. In most cases, technological discoveries took place without any knowledge of the underlying scientific principles, through hit and trial, and by experience. Sometimes there was a vague or approximate awareness of the science, but the predominant focus remained on the utilitarian aspects of the technique, on practical efficacy, as opposed to how and why something worked or didn't work. In India, the earliest applications of chemistry took place in the context of medicine, metallurgy, construction technology (such as manufacture of cement and paints) and in textile production and dyeing. But in the process of understanding chemical processes, there also emerged a concomitant interest in attempting to describe the basic elements of matter - what they were composed of, and how they interacted with each other to produce new substances. Natural phenomenon were studied in the context of tides, rainfall, appearance of the sun, the moon and stellar formations, changes in season, weather patterns and agriculture.

129. Department Of Physics Research Profile
Department of physics Applied physics at the University of Strathclyde, UK.
Department of Physics
Research Profile The Department of Physics is strong in both research and teaching. Its research is recognised as internationally excellent, as shown by the award of a 4 rating in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise. Most of the externally-derived research funding is competitively won in peer-reviewed processes and about half of the research income is awarded by the Research Councils, making the Department one of the larger mainstream physics departments in the UK. The research programme supports most of the 100 or so Departmental staff, which can be divided into three roughly equal groups: academic staff, research staff, and support staff. There are also a number of eminent visiting and part-time professors, notably Professor Alain Aspect, Carnegie Centenary Professor in the Department. The Department provides a wide range of degree courses, including Physics, Applied Physics, Laser Physics and Optoelectronics, Mathematics and Physics, Physics and Mathematical Finance (MSci), Physics with Visual Simulation (MSci), Photonics (MSci) and Biophysics (MSci). As well as postgraduate study leading to a PhD/MPhil degree, the Department also offers the MRes qualification, obtainable in one year. An EngD in Photonics is also available for those wishing to follow an industrial career path.

130. UK Atomic, Molecular And Optical Physics
atomic, Molecular and Optical physics at the University of Kentucky.
Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
at the University of Kentucky
Directory Faculty Research Associates Research Assistants Seminars Spring 2003 Spring 2002 Autumn 2001 Spring 2001 UK Links UK Physics and Astronomy Directory Colloquium ... Seminars Physics Links Depts AIP APS EPS ... NASA Conferences ICAP 2004 DAMOP 2004 ICPEAC 2005 Rydberg 2004 GLOBAL AMO Theory Centers ITAMP MCTP RTC Organizations DAMOP Journals PRL PRA PEL JPB Books IOP Internet API Who's Who Jobs Among the hottest topics in contemporary physics is the manipulation of matter on an atomic scale. After decades of playing with lasers, the Optical Physics community has finally demonstrated the ability to control ensembles of atoms as well as individual electrons, ions, atoms and molecules. Many dramatic demonstrations of the quantum interaction of light and matter have resulted, including the cooling of atoms to the absolute zero of temperature, the creation of Bose-Einstein Condensates in dilute atomic vapors, and the slowing of the speed of light in matter to a horse's gait!
These remarkable developments have signalled a revolution in Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (AMO). As described below, four UK faculty members are seeking to exploit the technological progress in order to improve our fundamental understanding of quantum processes.

131. High Energy Weapons Archive Is Not Here
Discusses the physics of the various types of nuclear weapons and the effects of nuclear explosions. Includes a history, images, and chronology of atomic and thermonuclear weapons testing.
The High Energy Weapons Archive
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132. Journal Of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular And Optical Physics
Journal of physics B atomic, Molecular and Optical physics, Journals physics. 19681987, Journal of physics B atomic and Molecular physics.
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133. VALHAL - The CAMP Compaq-Alpha Supercomputer
At the Center for atomicScale Materials physics in Denmark. Hardware and network description, benchmarks, and software information
CAMP About Research Groups ... Student Info V A L H A L - THE C A M P C OMPAQ- A LPHA S UPERCOMPUTER The parallel Compaq Alpha-based supercomputer named VALHAL was installed on November 5, 1999 by the CAMP research center at DTU . The funding was obtained through a donation of 2.850.000 DKK (approx. US$ 400.000) by the Villum Kann Rasmussen Foundation . The installation was announced in a DTU press release The supercomputer will be used for quantum mechanical calculations and atomistic simulations of complex materials, enabling the prediction of mechanical, electrical, magnetic and chemical properties. Among other topics, researchers at CAMP will study deformations of materials, catalytic properties of surfaces, and properties of complex biological molecules. Photo showing part of VALHAL. The Ethernet switch is surrounded by Compaq Alphastation XP1000 cabinets. To the left is a rack of AlphaServer DS10L systems. Date: April 20, 2001 The supercomputer system was delivered by Compaq Danmark and Benau A/S In the following we describe the supercomputer's hardware software , and explain the name VALHAL The author of this document is Ole Holm Nielsen , to whom any questions should be sent (E-mail address Ole.H.Nielsen (at)

134. Welcome To ITAMP
Institute for Theoretical atomic, Molecular and Optical physics, 60 Garden Street, MS 14, Cambridge, MA 02138, (617) 4959524,
Newsmakers ...
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  • May 21, Friday, 2:00 p.m., Pratt Conference Room, AMP Seminar , J.F.Babb, G.L.Klimchitskaya, and V.M. Mostepanenko, ITAMP and Universidade Federal da paraiba-UFPB, Brazil: "Casimir-Polder interaction between an atom and a cavity wall under the influence of real conditions" [ Abstract
  • Special Message to Theorists in the AMO Physics Community
    • P. Marian; T.A. Marian ; H. Scutaru, Distinguishability and nonclassicality of one-mode Gaussian states, Phys. Rev. A 69, 022104 (2004)
    • L. Childress; Mesoscopic cavity quantum electrodynamics with quantum dots, Phys. Rev. A
    • D. Vrinceanu ; B.E. Granger; R. Parrott; H.R. Sadeghpour ; L. Cederbaum; A. Mody; J. Tan; G. Gabrielse, Strongly magnetized antihydrogen and its field ionization, Phys. Rev. Letts. , No. 13, 133402-1 (2004)
  • 135. Physics 1922
    (18851962) Bohr formulated in 1913 an alternative atomic model, in which only certain circular orbits of the electrons are allowed. In this model light is emitted (or absorbed), when an electron makes a transition from one orbit to another. Bohr received the Nobel Prize for physics in 1922 for his work on the structure of atoms.
    The Nobel Prize in Physics 1922
    "for his services in the investigation of the structure of atoms and of the radiation emanating from them" Niels Henrik David Bohr Denmark Copenhagen University
    Copenhagen, Denmark b. 1885
    d. 1962 The Nobel Prize in Physics 1922
    Presentation Speech
    Niels Bohr
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    Physiology or Medicine

    Find a Laureate: SITE FEEDBACK CONTACT TELL A FRIEND Last modified January 14, 2004 The Official Web Site of The Nobel Foundation

    136. Atomic And Molecular Physics Research
    interests involve the study of fundamental atomic and molecular interactions and their applications in the fields of plasma physics, astrophysics, chemistry
    Atomic and Molecular Research Division
    We are a research division based as part of the School of Maths and Physics at Queen's University Belfast. Our research interests involve the study of fundamental atomic and molecular interactions and their applications in the fields of plasma physics, astrophysics, chemistry, biomolecules and radiobiology. We have collaborations with many other groups around the world which is reflected in the international make up of the staff and students The international excellence of experimental research in the division will be enhanced when we move into a new, state of the art £10M
    International Research Centre for Experimental Physics (IRCEP)

    which will be opened in 2005. Ph.D. Opportunities 2003-04 Home Members Research Projects Ph.D./Job Opportunities Collaborations ... Links
    This page is maintained by Jason Greenwood
    Last updated: 03/24/03.

    137. Jobs Announcements: Atomic And Plasma Physics
    List prepared by Plasma Laboratory of the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel.
    Jobs Announcements:
    Atomic and Plasma Physics
    See also: Atomic Physics Conferences Databases Free Software ... Atomic and Plasma Physics Our laboratory is offering Ph.D. and postdoctoral positions. Please check the home page and related pages for details on our research. For more details, visit the Feinberg Graduate School home page and/or contact Prof. Yitzhak Maron
    • Field: Quantum Dynamics
    • Location: Marquette University, Milwaukee WI, USA
    • Contact: Dr. Dmitri Babikov
    • Date: May 3, 2004
    • Expiry Date: July 31, 2004
    • Comments:
      Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in theoretical/computational physical chemistry in the group of Prof. Dmitri Babikov at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The position will become available September 1, 2004, but the starting date is flexible. The initial appointment will be for one year, renewable for the second year upon mutual consent.
      Current research areas are:
      1) Quantum mechanical treatment of the three-body recombination reaction that forms ozone in the stratosphere (O + O2 + M = O3 + M) with particular emphasis on explanation of anomalous large isotope effects. This problem is a famous 20 year old mystery which still keeps many fine scientists around the world interested and involved [J. Chem. Phys. 118, 6298 (2003); Chem. Phys. Let. 372, 686 (2003); J. Chem. Phys. 119, 2577 (2003)].
      2) Optimal control studies of a model Quantum Computer based on vibrational eigenstates of polyatomic molecules and shaped laser pulses. This promising modern topic becomes an active research filed, highly visible and directly relevant to practical development of a revolutionary quantum information processing technology [see, for example, Phys. Rev. Let. 89, 157901-1 (2002), and references therein].

    138. Free Software For Atomic And Plasma Physics
    URL From Plasma Laboratory of Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel.
    Free Software for Atomic and Plasma Physics
    See also: Atomic Physics Conferences Databases Linux ...
    LANL: Atomic structure package (R.D.Cowan)
    NASA/Goddard: Plasma emission codes
    Institute of Spectroscopy, Troitsk, Russia: Dynamics of the micropinching process in a Z-pinch-like device (A.E.Kramida)
    Institute of Spectroscopy, Troitsk, Russia: BIBL (spectral bibliography database)
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    University College London, UK: Opacity Codes from the Opacity Project

    139. Atomic And Nuclear Physics At UNSW
    Theoretical atomic and Nuclear physics at UNSW. This is probably the most interesting and challenging topic of the modern atomic and nuclear physics.
    Theoretical Atomic and Nuclear Physics at UNSW
    Parity non-conservation (PNC) and time-invariance violation (TIV) in atoms and nuclei
    This is probably the most interesting and challenging topic of the modern atomic and nuclear physics. It is focused on the investigation of the fundamental nature forces with the aim to contribute towards their grand unification. The information obtained by the PNC and TIV measurements in atoms is of the similar value as those which comes from huge and expensive accelerators. On the other side, the PNC and TIV effects in atoms are usually very small and require sophisticated experimental technique for the measurements and high-precision atomic calculations for the accurate interpretation of the experimental results. Using the technique which is described below we have performed the most accurate calculations of the PNC effect in Cs, Fr, Tl, Pb and Bi. We are working on further improvement of the accuracy of calculations and on calculation of the PNC or TIV effects for those atoms where such measurements have been proposed (Dy, Hg, Ra, Ba+, etc.)(see, e.g. [1-3]).
    [1] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, J. S. M. Ginges, e-print hep-ph/0204134.

    140. LASSP Main Page
    Official web site.
    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

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