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Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics: Electromagnetic by F.B. Dunning and Randall G. Hulet (Eds.)

By F.B. Dunning and Randall G. Hulet (Eds.)

Mixed with Volumes 29A and 29B, this quantity is a finished therapy of the major experimental tools of atomic, molecular, and optical physics, in addition to an outstanding experimental guide for the sphere. Thewide availability of tunable lasers some time past numerous years has revolutionized the sector and result in the advent of many new experimental tools which are lined in those volumes. conventional tools also are incorporated to make sure that the volumes might be a whole reference resource for the sector.

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Reprinted with permission from the American Institute of Physics. Energy balance using Eq. 8 x 10-l I ) -Iabs h2 eV, where Iabsis the absorbed laser power density in watts per square centimeter. Note that the product (Iabsh2),and thus T,, is independent of h for collisional absorption. Experimental results supporting this conclusion are shown in Fig. 8. 6 pm pumping are the result of a different heat conduction mechanism. Clearly, Eq. (10) should be considered qualitative only. In addition to the problems of the flux-limited model [46], different plasma conditions and different geometries yield different results.

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