Advances in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics: Volume 60

Advances in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics: Volume 60

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Advances in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics publishes reviews of recent developments in a field which is in a state of rapid growth, as new experimental and theoretical techniques are used on many old and new problems. Topics covered include related applied areas, such as atmospheric science, astrophysics, surface physics and laser physics. Articles are written by distinguished experts, and contain both relevant review material and detailed descriptions of important recent developments.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 560 pages
  • 157.48 x 228.6 x 33.02mm | 997.9g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 012385508X
  • 9780123855084

Table of contents

The magnetic angle changer and its applications in atomic and molecular physics - George C. King
X-ray techniques in low-temperature plasmas - John J. Curry, Walter Lapatovich & Albert Henins
The lattice, time-dependent Schrodinger equation method for ion-atom collisions - David R. Schultz, Serge Y. Ovchinnikov & Joseph H. Macek
Coherent Optical Control Over Condensed Matter - Keith A. Nelson
Time Domain Interferometry with Laser Cooled Atoms - A. Kumarakrishnan
Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics with Atomic Ensembles - Vladan Vuletic, Monika Schleier-Smith & Ian Leroux
Treatment of the three-body scattering problem without exact knowledge of boundary conditions - Robin Shakeshaft
Strong Field AMO Physics at LCLS - Philip H. Bucksbaum, Nora Berrah & Coffee
Generation and Entanglement of multiqubit two-photon states - Paolo Mataloni & Giuseppe Vallone
A Pseudoclassical Method for the Atom-Optics - Sandro Wimberger & Mark Sandgrove
Principles and applications of attosecond technology - Mauro Nisoli
Accurate evaluation of parameters of lattice clocks - Andrei Derevianko & Sergey Porsev
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"All the series are written by experts in the field, and their summaries are most timely.... Strongly recommended." --American Scientist
"All the series are written by experts in the field, and their summaries are most timely.... Strongly recommended." --American Scientist
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"All the series are written by experts in the field, and their summaries are most timely.... Strongly recommended." --American Scientist
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About Chun C. Lin

Paul Berman is Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan. In a career spanning over 40 years, Professor Berman has been engaged in theoretical research related to the interaction of radiation with matter. Of particular interest is the identification of atom-field configurations which can result in qualitatively new phenomena. Professor Berman is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and the Optical Society of America. He is the co-author of a textbook, Principles of Laser Spectroscopy and Quantum Optics, published in2010 by Princeton University Press. Ennio Arimondo is Professor of Physics at the University of Pisa, Italy. In a a long research career, Professor Arimondo has been engaged in experimental and theoretical research related to laser spectroscopy, the interaction of radiation with matter, laser cooling and new phenomena of ultracold atomic gases. Professor Arimondo is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and of the Institute of Physics. He is editor of Conference and School Proceedings. Chun C. Lin is Professor of Physics at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. He has been working in various areas of atomic and molecular physics for several decades. He received the American Physical Society Will Allis Prize "for advancing the understanding of the microscopic behavior of ionized gases through his innovative and pioneering studies of excitation in electron and ion collisions with atomic and molecular targets" in 1996. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and has served as the Chair of the Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics in the American Physical Society (1994 - 1995).
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