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Excitation of atoms and broadening of spectral lines

I. I. Sobelman

Excitation of atoms and broadening of spectral lines

by I. I. Sobelman

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cross sections (Nuclear physics),
  • Spectral line broadening.,
  • Nuclear excitation.,
  • Atomic spectra.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementI.I. Sobelman, L.A. Vainshtein, E.A. Yukov.
    SeriesSpringer series in chemical physics -- 7
    ContributionsVainshtein, L. A. 1928-, Yakov, E. A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC794.6.C7
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21339366M
    ISBN 100387098909

    Statistical and dynamic intensities of atomic spectral lines in plasma Exitation of Atoms and Broadening of Spectral Lines. Book. for twenty-two lines and excitation cross sections. Often line broadening especially at higher concentrations of CSA, in addition to multiplicity pattern, masks the differentiated enantiomeric peaks. Such problems are circumvented by the RES-TOCSY experiment as demonstrated on the molecule 1-aminoindane with BINOL as CSA in the solvent CDCl 3 [,].The 1D 1 H NMR spectrum shown in Fig. 70 (upper trace) exhibits unresolved differentiated.

    Modeling the Stark broadening of spectral lines in plasmas is a complex problem. The problem has a long history, since it plays a crucial role in the interpretation of the observed spectral lines in laboratories and astrophysical plasmas. One difficulty is the characterization of the emitter’s environment. Spectral line shape describes the form of a feature, observed in spectroscopy, corresponding to an energy change in an atom, molecule or line shapes include Lorentzian, Gaussian and Voigt functions, whose parameters are the line position, maximum height and half-width. Actual line shapes are determined principally by Doppler, collision and proximity broadening.

    Methuen & Company, - Atoms. 0 Arnold Sommerfeld Snippet view - Atomic Structure and Spectral Lines, Volume 1 Arnold Sommerfeld deflection denotes determined difference direction doublet effect electric electron elements emission energy equal equation example excitation experiments expression fact field figure final force. Ionic spectra versus atomic spectra • Spectra of excited atoms differ from those of excited ions of the same atoms • Spectrum of singly ionized atom is similar to the atomic spectrum of the element having an atomic number of one less e.g.: –spectrum of Mg + is similar to that of Na atom –spectrum of Al+ is similar to that of Mg atom • Ionic spectra contain more lines than atomicFile Size: 2MB.


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This book is devoted to the systematic treatment of the theory of the elementary processes responsible for the excitation of atomic spectra and the theory of spectral line broadening.

The choice of problems is significantly different from that traditional for books on the theory of atomic collisions. Excitation of Atoms and Broadening of Spectral Lines povides a survey of elementary processes and mechanisms.

It presents useful and relatively simple methods of approximation for calculating effective cross sections, giving a number of approximate formulas. This book is devoted to the systematic treatment of the theory of the elementary processes responsible for the excitation of atomic spectra and the theory of spectral line broadening.

The choice of problems is significantly different from that traditional for books on. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sobelʹman, I.I. (Igorʹ Ilʹich), Excitation of atoms and broadening of spectral lines.

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It presents useful and relatively simple methods of approximation for calculating effective cross sections, giving a number of approximate formulas. Extensive tables list cross sections and. Excitation of Atoms and Broadening of Spectral Lines (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics) [Sobel'man, Igor I.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Excitation of Atoms and Broadening of Spectral Lines (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics)Cited by: Excitation of atoms and broadening of spectral lines Igorʹ Ilʹich Sobelʹman, Leonid Abramovich Vaĭnshteĭn, Evgeniĭ Aleksandrovich I͡Ukov A survey of elementary processes and mechanisms, presenting useful and relatively simple methods of approximation for calculating the effective cross sections, giving a number of approximate formulas.

This book provides a survey of elementary processes and mechanisms. It presents useful and relatively simple methods of approximation for calculating the effective cross sections, giving a number of approximate formulas. Extensive tables list cross sections and rate coefficients for various atoms and elementary processes.

For this second edition several sections and formulas have been revised Cited by: A survey of elementary processes and mechanisms, presenting useful and relatively simple methods of approximation for calculating the effective cross sections, giving a number of approximate formulas.

Extensive tables list cross sections and rate coefficients for various atoms and elementary Price: $ Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics: Excitation of Atoms and Broadening of Spectral Lines 15 by Igor I.

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In addition, the book explores the Stark effect and the Zeeman effect, the interaction between atoms and an electromagnetic field, and broadening of spectral lines. The final chapter is devoted to the problem of atomic excitation by collisions. There are many books and review articles discussing the progress in theoretical and experimental work on the problem of spectral lines broadening [].

For an extensive bibliography on line shapes see []. Broadening of Spectral Lines. In: Excitation of Atoms and Broadening of Spectral Lines. Springer Series on Atoms+Plasmas, vol Cited by: 14 ⋅ Shape of Spectral Lines can be obtained for a specific atom's propensity to emit photons.

The former will be independent of the type of atom, while the latter will yield a larger broadening that depends specifically on the type of atom and its specific state. a Classical Radiation DampingFile Size: KB.

Excitation of Atoms and Broadening of Spectral Lines, Libro Inglese di Igor I. Sobel'man, Leonid A. Vainshtein. Spedizione con corriere a solo 1 euro. Acquistalo su. Pubblicato da Springer, Broadening of spectral lines. An individual atom/molecule making a transition between energy.

levels emits one photon with a well-defined energy / frequency. However, profiles of real spectral lines are not infinitely narrow. Φ(ν). frequency ν. Δν ν e.g.

for an emission line, width. of File Size: KB. @article{osti_, title = {Calculational study of Stark broadening of atomic spectral lines}, author = {Marasinghe, P A.B.}, abstractNote = {Four methods for the calculation of the electron collisional (Stark) width of atomic spectral lines are evaluated.

All methods provide estimates to the same order of magnitude, but no technique is best for all spectral lines.

In addition, the book explores the Stark effect and the Zeeman effect, the interaction between atoms and an electromagnetic field, and broadening of spectral lines. The final chapter is devoted to the problem of atomic excitation by Edition: 1. Sobel’man, I.I., Vainshtein, L.A.

and Yukov, E.A. () Broadening of Spectral Lines. In Excitation of Atoms and Broadening of Spectral Lines, Vol Springer. The broadening of spectral lines due to dipole-dipole interactions with ground-state atoms of the same element is calculated with the impact and classical path approximations. Summation over all contributing intermediate states accounts for the multiplicity of the levels involved and results in a width proportional to the geometrical mean of.Spectroscopic studies are designed so that the radiant energy interacts with specific types of matter.

Atoms. Atomic spectroscopy was the first application of spectroscopy developed. Atomic absorption spectroscopy and atomic emission spectroscopy involve visible and ultraviolet light.

These absorptions and emissions, often referred to as atomic spectral lines, are due to electronic transitions.The Stark broadening of spectral lines is known to produce the long-tailed spectral line shapes of atom and ion radiation in plasmas (see, e.g., [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8]).In the broad range of conditions in plasmas and gases, where the complete redistribution (CRD) in photon frequency within the resonance line shape is applicable, the radiative transfer is described by the Biberman-Holstein equation Cited by: 1.