Atomic and Quantum Physics: An Introduction to the by Professor Dr. Dr. h. c. Hermann Haken, Professor Dr. Hans

By Professor Dr. Dr. h. c. Hermann Haken, Professor Dr. Hans Christoph Wolf (auth.)

Atomic physics and its underlying quantum concept are the purpose of departure for plenty of smooth components of physics, astrophysics, chemistry, biology, or even electric engineering. This textbook presents a cautious and eminently readable creation to the consequences and techniques of empirical atomic physics. the coed will gather the instruments of quantum physics and even as know about the interaction among test and conception. A bankruptcy at the quantum idea of the chemical bond presents the reader with an advent to molecular physics. lots of difficulties are given to explain the fabric. The authors additionally talk about laser physics and nonlinear spectroscopy, incorporating most modern experimental effects and displaying their relevance to easy learn. additional goods within the moment variation comprise options to the routines, derivations of the relativistic Klein-Gordon and Dirac equations, a close theoretical derivation of the Lamb shift, a dialogue of latest advancements within the spectroscopy of internal shells, and new purposes of NMR spectroscopy, for example tomography.

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