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Atomic interaction in penetration phenomena.

Aage Bohr

Atomic interaction in penetration phenomena.

by Aage Bohr

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Published by I Kommission hos Munksgaard in Københaven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atoms.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesDet Kgl. Danske videnskabernes selskab. Matematisk-fysiske meddelelser,, bd. 24,nr. 19, Mathematisk-fysiske meddelelser ;, bd. 24, nr. 19.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAS281 .D215 bd. 24, nr. 19
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52 p.
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL196396M
    LC Control Numbera 50001454
    OCLC/WorldCa4535034

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In the theory of atomic or molecular interactions it is often assumed as a first reasonable approximation (see point (5) of Sectionand Magnasco and McWeeny, ) to add to E 1 c b = E 1 e s the first-order exchange-overlap (penetration) E 1 exch-ov term, which can be evaluated using just A 0 and B 0, and adding further the E 2 c b term.

Figure 1: Mapping out the van der Waals interaction between two atoms. (a) In the experiment of Béguin et al. two atoms are trapped in the foci of two laser beams separated by a distance R. (b) Depending on R, the excitation laser field can couple the ground state | g g 〉 of the atomic pair to states containing one atom in the Rydberg state (| g r 〉 and | r g 〉, respectively), or to a Cited by: 1.

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In this work, interference and coherence phenomena, appearing in atomic and molecular ensembles interacting with coherent light sources, as electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT), coherent population trapping (CPT), and slow group velocity of light are investigated.

Bohr A. (): Atomic interaction in penetration phenomena. Mat Fys Medd Dan Vid Selsk 24 no. 19, 1–52 Google Scholar Bohr N. (): On the theory of the decrease of velocity of moving electrified particles on passing through matter.Penetration and Shielding by Andrew This repulsion between electrons in many electron species which opposes the attraction of the electrons towards the nucleus, and which causes the energies of the atomic orbitals in many electron species to be lower in the hydrogenic species is known as electron shielding.Atomic Data and Nuclear Data Tables presents compilations of experimental and theoretical information in atomic physics, nuclear physics, and closely related fields.

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