Atomic, molecular, and optical physics handbook

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Gordon W. F. Drake
AIP Press, 1996 - Science - 1095 pages
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This authoritative resource is the first single-volume work to bridge the interrelated disciplines of atomic, molecular, and optical physics. Along with a summary of key ideas, techniques, and results, you will find diagrams of apparatus, and helpful graphs and tables of data. Contributions from over 100 authors -- all leaders in their respective disciplines -- cover a broad range of topics, including mathematical methods: scattering theory, equipment, and experiments; quantum optics; as well as applications to plasmas, astrophysics, global change, combustion, surface physics, radiation physics, and more.

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Contents

Angular Momentum Theory
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Angular Momentum Theory 6
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Gordon W F Drake is a Professor of Physics at the University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. He was awarded the 1994 Gold Medal for Achievement in Physics by the Canadian Association of Physicists and has chaired both the Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics of The American Physical Society, as well as the IUPAP Commission on Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics. Dr. Drake is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, The American Physical Society, and the British Institute of Physics.

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