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Resonance radiation and excited atoms
Allan C. G. Mitchell
|Statement||by Allan C.G. Mitchell and Mark W. Zemansky.|
|Contributions||Zemansky, Mark Waldo, 1900-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||338|
|LC Control Number||62005588|
The resonance fluorescence of the yellow D lines of sodium in sodium vapour is a particularly notable and exhaustively studied example. In this optical type of resonance fluorescence, light sources are used in which the atoms undergo transitions from excited states to their ground states (Fig. ).Cited by: 4. resonance radiation[′rezənəns ‚rādē‚āshən] (atomic physics) The emission of radiation by a gas or vapor as a result of excitation of atoms to higher energy levels by incident photons at the resonance frequency of the gas or vapor; the radiation is characteristic of the particular gas or vapor atom but is not necessarily the same.
PDF | The collisional–radiative model with an emphasis on the accurate treatment of the resonance radiation transport is developed and applied to the | . In , he co-authored with Allan C. G. Mitchell, son of the astronomer Samuel Alfred Mitchell, a seminal treatise entitled "Resonance Radiation and Excited Atoms". Nearly thirty years later, with enhanced interest in resonance phenomena set off by the invention of the laser and the discovery of the Mössbauer effect, the book would be reprinted in Fields: Particle physics, Low temperature physics, .
The presented collisional–radiative model allows for calculating spatial distributions of the excited argon atoms, correctly considering the resonance radiation transport. The density calculations are performed in the free-burning Ar arc with current A, considering two axial positions 1 mm from the cathode and 4 mm from the cathode. The effects of imprisonment of resonance radiation in potassium vapor and of collisions between excited potassium atoms and N 2, H 2, HD, and D 2 molecules, on the measured lifetimes of the 4 2 P states, have been investigated by the method of delayed coincidences. The potassium atoms were excited with short pulses of resonance radiation, and the delays between the Cited by:
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First printed inthis book gives a critical survey of the principles and limitations of methods for studying resonance radiation that is the re-emission of absorbed radiation without Cited by: RESONANCE RADIATION AND EXCITED ATOMS Paperback – September 1, by ALLAN C.
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Zemansky (Author) See all 15 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: Allan Charles Gray Mitchell, Mark W. Zemansky. Introduction --Physical and chemical effects connected with resonance radiation --Absorption lines and measurements of the lifetime of the resonance state --Collision processes involving excited atoms --The polarization of resonance radiation.
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Introduction; 2. Physical and chemical effects connected with resonance radiation; 3. Absorption lines and measurements of the lifetime of the resonance state; 4. Collision processes involving excited atoms; 5. The polarization of resonance radiation; Appendix; Index.
Responsibility: by Allan C.G. Mitchell and Mark W. Zemansky. © Cambridge University Press Cambridge University Press - Resonance Radiation and Excited Atoms Allan C. Mitchell and Mark W. Introduction; 2. Physical and chemical effects connected with resonance radiation; 3.
Absorption lines and measurements of the lifetime of the resonance state; 4. Collision processes involving excited atoms; 5. The polarization of resonance radiation; Appendix; Index. The decay of the imprisoned 1s 4 → 1 S 0 resonance radiation has been measured with an absorption method.
A natural lifetime τ = ± ns is obtained for the 1s 4 resonance state in xenon. No evidence was found for the high collisional de-excitation measured by other authors .Cited by: 5. The pressure of the absorbing gas is another important factor.
If this is too high, complications arise owing to atomic collisions and re-absorption of the resonance radiation. If, on the other hand, it is too low, the resonance radiation will be too weak to observe. Resonance Radiation and Excited : W.
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[Allan C G Mitchell; Mark Waldo Zemansky]. Ex-Library; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; pages; "First printed inthis book gives a critical survey of the principles and limitations of methods for studying resonance radiation that is the re-emission of absorbed radiation without change of wavelength and of the theoretical interpretation of the phenomenon.
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Abstract Citations References Co-Reads Similar Papers Export Citation NASA/ADS. Resonance Radiation and Excited Atoms W. E., C. Abstract. Publication: Nature. Pub Date: December DOI: /a0 Bibcode: NaturW full. Download Citation | Resonant Radiation in Atomic Gases | Emission of resonance radiation proceeds as a result of dipole radiation from the resonantly excited states of atoms.
School on Experimental and theoretical physics, Yerevan, (to be published). Heitler, The quantum theory of radiation (Oxford Uni- versity Press, London, ). Mitchell and M. Zemansky, Resonance radiation and excited atoms (Cambridge University Press, New York, ).
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As known channeled particles from a quantum point of view are characterized by discrete spectrum of transverse motion, (see Fig. 1a, Fig. 1b).Crossing single crystal a charged particle experiences periodic impacts of the lattice atoms with the period T = d / v, where d is the lattice constant, and v is the particle velocity.
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