Atomic Collisions and Spectra provides an overview of the state of knowledge on atomic collision physics. The book grew out of lecture notes for a succession of courses at the University of Chicago in 1967-1979, which reported the new material as it was taking a definite form. It has been enriched since 1980, as the subject matured and continued to expand. The book is organized into four parts. Part A deals briefly with rather elementary items of general information. Part B then takes up in considerable detail those aspects of single-electron scattering whose mastery is essential for treating multielectron processes. Part C deals with multielectron processes with a residual-if often realistic-restriction, namely, that the multielectron interactions remain confined within a core region from which only a single electron escapes into alternative channels of a long-range field. Part D surveys studies of double (or multiple) escape of electrons from a core. The book is intended for multiple use as a graduate school text, a tool for independent study, or a reference for particular topics.SpringerVerlag, Berlin and New York, 1980; D. Pines, aElementary Excitations in Solids, aquot; Sections 3.3 and 3.5. Benjamin, New York, 1963; ... W. R. Johnson in a Atomic Physics 8, a (I. ... 25. L. J. Garvin, E. R. Brown, S. L. Carter, and H. P. Kelly, J. Phys. B 16, L269 (1983). 298 9 Calculation of Interaction Parameters References.
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