Recent Research in Molecular Beams - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780123956897, 9780323160346

Recent Research in Molecular Beams

1st Edition

Editors: Immanual Estermann
eBook ISBN: 9780323160346
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1959
Page Count: 198
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Description

Recent Research in Molecular Beam is a collection of scientific papers that have been inspired by Otto Stern, the founder of Molecular Beam Research. This book is composed of 10 chapters and begins with discussions on the early history of molecular beam research. The next chapters describe the velocity distribution measurements made on potassium molecular beams with a fixed-frequency, variable phase velocity selector, along with a brief consideration of the principles and concepts of electron magnetic moment and atomic magnetism. A chapter presents the atomic beam spectroscopic experiments on the metastable state of the hydrogen-like atoms that depend on a wholly different principle for the detection of transitions. This text further explores the effects of variations in the oscillatory field amplitudes, perturbations by neighboring resonances, perturbations by oscillatory fields, variations in the fixed field amplitudes, and phase shifts of the oscillatory fields. These topics are followed by a comparison of advantages and limitations of various techniques for spin property measurement as they apply in particular to radioactive nuclei, such as optical and molecular gas microwave spectroscopy, nuclear and paramagnetic resonance, and atomic beams. The remaining chapters examine fluid friction in a rarefied gas flow; some applications of molecular beam techniques to chemistry; and the polarized neutrons based on a Stern-Gerlach experiment. This work will be of great value to workers and researchers in molecular beam field.

Table of Contents


1. Molecular Beam Research in Hamburg, 1922-33

2. Molecular and Atomic Beams at Berkeley

3. Velocity Distributions in Potassium Molecular Beams

4. Electron Magnetic Moment and Atomic Magnetism

5. Hyperfine Structure Measurements in the Metastable 2s State of Hydrogenic Atoms

6. Shapes of Molecular Beam Resonances

7. Comparison of Methods for the Determination of Nuclear Spin as Applied to Radioactive Nuclei

8. Molecular Scattering at the Solid Surface

9. Some Applications of Molecular Beam Techniques to Chemistry

10. A Stern-Gerlach Experiment on Polarized Neutrons

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Details

No. of pages:
198
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1959
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780323160346

About the Editor

Immanual Estermann