Atomic physics 19: XIX International Conference on Atomic Physics : ICAP 2004, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 25-30 July, 2004, Volume 19
Luís Gustavo Marcassa, Vanderlei Salvador Bagnato, K. Helmerson, American Institute of Physics, Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo
American Institute of Physics, 2005 - Science - 414 pages
This volume will provide a nice overview for state of the art atomic physics. The topics and advances are put forth in a clear and concise manner, described by the leading scientists in the field. The conference included a special Nobel symposium covering key topics and directions in atomic physics. Other general topics covered include spectroscopy, time measurement/atomic clocks, cooling and trapping, quantum control, and quantum information. Additional specific topics include antihydrogen experiments and applications of atomic physics to biology and medicine.
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