Atomic Physics with Heavy Ions by Andreas Wolf (auth.), Dr. Heinrich F. Beyer, Dr. Viatcheslav
By Andreas Wolf (auth.), Dr. Heinrich F. Beyer, Dr. Viatcheslav P. Shevelko (eds.)
The ebook publications the reader to the examine frontiers in atomic physics with heavy ions, giving a concise photograph of the complicated experimental and theoretical equipment exemplified by means of the newest effects. It levels from accelerator and ion capture expertise, over the real and basic info within the knowing of strongly certain far-electron platforms, to radiative and collisional phenomena of those items. The subfields were conscientiously chosen; every one is roofed via prime specialists who draw a full of life photograph in their research.
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