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Advances in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics

Advances in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics publishes reviews of recent developments in a field which is in a state of rapid growth, as new experimental and theoretical techniques are used on many old and new problems. Topics covered include related applied areas, such as atmospheric science, astrophysics, surface physics and laser physics. Articles are written by distinguished experts, and contain both relevant review material and detailed descriptions of important recent developments.

Audience
Libraries, Graduate Students and Researchers

Hardbound, 560 Pages

Published: October 2011

Imprint: Academic Press

ISBN: 978-0-12-385508-4

Reviews

  • "All the series are written by experts in the field, and their summaries are most timely.... Strongly recommended." - AMERICAN SCIENTIST


Contents

    1. The magnetic angle changer and its applications in atomic and molecular physics - George C. King
    2. X-ray techniques in low-temperature plasmas – John J. Curry, Walter Lapatovich & Albert Henins
    3. The lattice, time-dependent Schrodinger equation method for ion-atom collisions - David R. Schultz, Serge Y. Ovchinnikov & Joseph H. Macek
    4. Coherent Optical Control Over Condensed Matter - Keith A. Nelson
    5. Time Domain Interferometry with Laser Cooled Atoms – A. Kumarakrishnan
    6. Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics with Atomic Ensembles – Vladan Vuletic, Monika Schleier-Smith & Ian Leroux
    7. Treatment of the three-body scattering problem without exact knowledge of boundary conditions – Robin Shakeshaft
    8. Strong Field AMO Physics at LCLS - Philip H. Bucksbaum, Nora Berrah & Coffee
    9. Generation and Entanglement of multiqubit two-photon states – Paolo Mataloni & Giuseppe Vallone
    10. A Pseudoclassical Method for the Atom-Optics – Sandro Wimberger & Mark Sandgrove
    11. Principles and applications of attosecond technology – Mauro Nisoli
    12. Accurate evaluation of parameters of lattice clocks – Andrei Derevianko & Sergey Porsev

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