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Physics of Highly Charged Ions

by Ratko K. Janev

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

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  • Physics

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    Statementby Ratko K. Janev, Leonid P. Presnyakov, Vjatcheslav P. Shevelko
    SeriesSpringer Series in Electrophysics, 0172-5734 -- 13, Springer series in electrophysics -- 13.
    ContributionsPresni͡akov, L. P. (Leonid Petrovich), Shevelʹko, V. P. (Vi͡acheslav Petrovich)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC170-197
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27080962M
    ISBN 103642691951
    ISBN 109783642691959
    OCLC/WorldCa840294310

    Introduction to the Physics of Highly Charged Ions by Heinrich F. Beyer, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. It is arguable that most of chemistry and a large portion of atomic physics is concemed with the behaviour of the 92 naturally occurring elements in each of 3 charge states (+1, 0, -1); distinct species. The world of multiply and highly charged ions provides a further species for us to study. Over 15 times as many!

    "The authors are well-known experts in the physics of highly charged ions. This book provides a lucid introduction to the field including a profound review of recent experimental and theoretical results. The present status of scientific work involving highly ionized atoms is reviewed in this proceedings volume, which incorporates the progress made over the last two years. More than 20 invited articles cover the whole area of active research in this field, including applications in plasmas, ion-surface interactions, precision spectroscopy, electron-ion recombination and ionization, ion-atom.

    The physics of highly charged ions continues to be one of the most active and interesting fields of atomic physics. A large fraction of the characteristic radiation of such ions lies in the x-ray region and its spectroscopy represents an important experimental tool. The field of x-ray spectroscopy grew directly from the discovery of x radiation by Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen in This book is devoted to the basic aspects of the physics of highly charged ions. Its principal aim is to provide a basis for understanding the structure and spectra of these ions, as well as their interactions with other atomic par ticles (electrons, ions, atoms and molecules).


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Atomic Physics of Highly Charged Ions: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the Physics of Highly Charged Ions Republic of Germany, September Medicine & Health Science Books @ mat: Paperback. Emphasizing a physical understanding with many illustrations, Introduction to the Physics of Highly Charged Ions covers the major areas of x-ray radiation and elementary atomic processes occurring with highly charged ions in hot laboratory and astrophysical by: Buy Physics of Highly Charged Ions (Springer Series in Electronics and Photonics) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Physics of Highly Charged Ions (Springer Series in Electronics and Photonics): Janev, Ratko K., Presnyakov, Leonid P.: : BooksCited by: It is arguable that most of chemistry and a large portion of atomic physics is concemed with the behaviour of the 92 naturally occurring elements in each of 3 charge states (+1, 0, -1); distinct species.

The world of multiply and highly charged ions provides a further species for us to study. Over 15 times as many!Format: Hardcover. About this book.

The physics of highly charged ions has become an essential ingredient of many modern research fields, such as x-ray astronomy and astrophysics, con­ trolled thermonuclear fusion, heavy ion nuclear physics, charged particle ac­ celerator physics, beam-foil spectroscopy, creation of xuv and x-ray lasers, etc.

Physics of Highly Charged Ions. The physics of highly charged ions has become an essential ingredient of many modern research fields, such as x-ray astronomy and astrophysics, con trolled thermonuclear fusion, heavy ion nuclear physics, charged particle ac celerator physics, beam-foil spectroscopy, creation of xuv and x-ray lasers, etc.

Emphasizing a physical understanding with many illustrations, Introduction to the Physics of Highly Charged Ions covers the major areas of x-ray radiation and elementary atomic processes occurring with highly charged ions in hot laboratory and astrophysical plasmas.

Topics include light and ion sources, spectroscopy, atomic structure, magnetic andCited by: Book Description. Emphasizing a physical understanding with many illustrations, Introduction to the Physics of Highly Charged Ions covers the major areas of x-ray radiation and elementary atomic processes occurring with highly charged ions in hot laboratory and astrophysical plasmas.

X-Ray Radiation of Highly Charged Ions is a comprehensive collection of atomic characteristics of highly charged ion (HCI) sources and elementary processes related to X-ray radiation: energy levels, wavelengths, transition probabilities, cross sections, and rate material covers a broad range of elementary processes occuring in hot laboratory and astrophysical plasmas Cited by: HCI is the 20th in a series of International Conference on the Physics of Highly Charged Ions.

The conference covers the following topics on highly charged ions: Fundamental aspects, Structure and Spectroscopy; Collisions with Electrons, Ions, Atoms and Molecules; Interactions with Clusters, Surfaces and Solids; Interactions with Photons, Plasmas and Strong Field Processes; Production.

This book provides an overview of modern atomic physics with highly chargedions. It serves as an introduction to the subject for graduate and postgraduate students, as well as specialists in the field who will find a reasonable mixture of fundamentals and practical applications for their research.

The world of multiply and highly charged ions provides a further species for us to study. Over 15 times as many. It is the nature of human beings to explore the It is arguable that most of chemistry and a large portion of atomic physics is concemed with the behaviour of the 92 naturally occurring elements in each of 3 charge states (+1, 0, -1); distinct : This book is devoted to the basic aspects of the physics of highly charged ions.

Its principal aim is to provide a basis for understanding the structure and spectra of these ions, as well as their interactions with other atomic par­ ticles (electrons, ions, atoms and molecules).

This book contains the invited lectures and contributed papers presented at the V International Conference on the Physics of Highly Charged Ions, which was held at the lustus-Liebig-Universi­ tat Giessen, September This conference was the ftfth in a series -after Stockholm ().

Highly charged ions are the most chemically reactive species known to mankind. This reactivity is due to the extremely large potential energy they posses.

This textbook deals with the wide range of interactions which occur when such ions interact with other forms of matter, especially solidBrand: Springer Netherlands. Highly charged ions are the most chemically reactive species known to mankind.

This reactivity is due to the extremely large potential energy they posses. This textbook deals with the wide range of interactions which occur when such ions interact with other.

It is arguable that most of chemistry and a large portion of atomic physics is concemed with the behaviour of the 92 naturally occurring elements in each of 3 charge states (+1, 0, -1); distinct species.

The world of multiply and highly charged ions provides a further species for us to. Few-electron highly-charged ions are widely considered as important tools in testing quantum electrodynamics (QED) theory in the presence of the binding nuclear field [1] [2] [3].

Since the. Schmieder R W and Bastasz R J AIP Conf. Proc. 6th Int. Conf. on the Physics of Highly Charged Ions ed P Richard, M Stockli, C L Cocke and C D Lin (New York: AIP) p Schneider D, Clark M W, Penetrante B M, McDonald J, Dewitt D and Bardsley J N Phys.

by: Collisions of Atoms (Ions, Molecules) with Highly Charged Ions: Charge-Transfer Processes.- General Considerations.- Charge Exchange at Low Energies.- Decay Models.- Multichannel Landau-Zener Model.- Molecular-Orbital Close-Coupling Calculations.- Analytic Treatment of Diabatic MO - CC Equations.- Electron Capture at Intermediate Energies.- AO.

The study of highly charged ions involves various branches of physics. It was the aim of the conference to bring together physicists working in atomic collisions and spectroscopy, in plasma physics and astrophysics, as well as in solid-state and ion-source physics.Institute of Physics Publishing 13tthh International Conference on the Physics of Highly Charged Ions Journal of Physics: Conference Series Vol.

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