Advances in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, Volume 32

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Academic Press, Jan 4, 1994 - Science - 464 pages
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Advances in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, established in 1965, continues its tradition of excellence with Volume 32, published in honor of Founding Editor Sir David Bates upon his retirement as editorof the series. This volume presents reviews of topics related to the applications of atomic and molecular physics to atmospheric physics and astrophysics.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Photoionisation of Atomic Oxygen and Atomic Nitrogen
1
Chapter 2 Positronium Formation by Positron Impact on Atoms at Intermediate Energies
19
Chapter 3 ElectronAtom Scattering Theory and Calculations
39
Chapter 4 Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial H3+
57
Chapter 5 Indirect Ionization of Positive Atomic Ions
69
Chapter 6 Quantum Defect Theory and Analysis of HighPrecision Helium Term Energies
93
Chapter 7 ElectronIon and IonIon Recombination Processes
117
Chapter 8 Studies of StateSelective Electron Capture in Atomic Hydrogen by Translational Energy Spectroscopy ...
149
Chapter 12 How Perfect Are Complete Atomic Collision Experiments?
223
Chapter 13 Adiabatic Expansions and Nonadiabatic Effects
253
Chapter 14 Electron Capture to the Continuum
279
Chapter 15 How Opaque Is a Star?
295
Chapter 16 Studies of Electron Attachment at Thermal Energies Using the Flowing Afterglowangmuir Probe Technique
307
Chapter 17 Exact and Approximate Rate Equations in AtomField Interactions
345
Chapter 18 Atoms in Cavities and Traps
379
Chapter 19 Some Recent Advances in ElectronImpact Excitation of n 3 States of Atomic Hydrogen and Helium ...
407

Chapter 9 Relativistic Electronic Structure of Atoms and Molecules
169
Chapter 10 The Chemistry of Stellar Environments
187
Chapter 11 Positron and Positronium Scattering at Low Energies
205
Index
427
Contents of volumes in this serial
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