A metastability exchange collision is due to an electrostatic interaction which does not act on I (or S) directly. ... If H is the part of the static hamiltonian acting on I directly (Zeeman and hta#39;s interactions) H6 aamp; 1 : the evolution of I curing the time 6 the collision lasts, is e-iH9. ... on S) is much more difficult to meet because of the magnitude of the (electronic) Bohr magneton and of the spin-orbit interaction.
|Title||:||Atomic Physics 3|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|