By Sir David Bates (ed.), Benjamin Bederson (ed.)
This sequence, proven in 1965, is anxious with fresh advancements within the basic zone of atomic, molecular and optical physics. the sector is in a kingdom of fast development, as new experimental and theoretical thoughts are positioned to endure on many elderly and new difficulties. Such difficulties variety from reviews of the basic homes of radiation and topic, via experiences of hitherto inaccessible states of "ordinary" and unique atoms and molecules, the regulate of atoms and molecules through gentle, the behaviour of atoms and molecules in excessive radiation fields, the precise constitution of such structures, together with complicated molecules and molecular clusters, and a variety of interplay phenomena between atoms, molecules, their constituent elements and fields. issues coated contain comparable utilized components, equivalent to atmospheric technology, astrophysics, floor physics and laser physics.
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The fast beam containing atoms in the metastable 23S level is crossed by an electron beam and radiation is detected from excitation to the 33P, 33D, 43D, and 3'P levels. Radiation from these levels is observed both below and above the threshold energy for these levels. They postulate that the below-threshold light is due to dissociative recombination of molecular ions formed along the direction of the fast atomic He beam. They use a model to subtract the light from the postulated dissociative recombination in order to determine the excitation cross sections out of the 23S level.
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45 45 46 51 55 61 63 64 65 . 73 . 76 . 77 . 79 . 81 . 83 . 84 . . 87 . 88 . 90 . . 101 107 108 33 English translation copyright 0 1992 by Academic Press. Inc. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved. ISBN 0-12003829-3 34 Ammosov, Delone, and Ivanov I. Introduction This chapter is devoted to cross sections of direct multiphoton ionization of atoms. ) We discuss the methods used to measure these cross sections, the experimental results obtained, and the theoretical relations that enable one to estimate the magnitude of multiphoton cross sections.