Correlations, Polarization, and Ionization in Atomic Systems: Proceedings of the International Symposium on (e,2e), Double Photoionization and Related Topics and the Eleventh International Symposium on Polarization and Correlation in Electronic and Atomic Collisions

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Don H. Madison, Michael Schulz
American Inst. of Physics, Jan 14, 2002 - Science - 325 pages
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This book covers a broad range of currently hot topics in atomic physics. Rapid progress both in experimental and theoretical techniques lead to continuously growing insight into topics like many-body and electron-electron correlation effects in excitation and charge transfer processes. Furthermore, established techniques originally developed to study atomic collisions have been refined to a point where they are now being applied to chemical, solid state and even biological systems, thus providing links to other scientific areas.

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Contents

Multiphoton Processes in a TwoDimensional Model of Helium
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A Complete Experiment on PhotoDoubleIonization of Helium
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Low Energy Inner Valence Ionization of the Rare Gases
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