Fragmentation Processes

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2013-01-28
  • Publisher: Cambridge Univ Pr
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Revolutionary advances in experimental techniques and spectacular increases in computer power over recent years have enabled researchers to develop a much more profound understanding of the atomic few-body problem. One area of intense focus has been the study of fragmentation processes. Covering the latest research in the field, this edited text is the first to provide a focussed and systematic treatment of fragmentation processes, bringing together contributions from a range of leading experts. As well as tackling the more established electron-impact ionization processes, (e,2e), this book also guides the reader through topics such as molecular fragmentation, ion-atom collisions and multi-photon processes. Combining a broad range of topics with an equal mix of theoretical and experimental discussion, this is an invaluable text for graduate students and researchers in atomic collisions, laser physics and chemistry.

Table of Contents

Direct and resonant double-photoionization: from atoms to solids
The application of propagation exterior complex scaling to atomic collisions
Fragmentation of molecular-ion beams in intense ultra-short laser pulses
Atoms with one and two active electrons in strong laser fields
Experimental aspects of ionization studies by positron and positronium impact
(e,2e) spectroscopy using fragmentation processes
A coupled pseudostate approach to the calculation of ion-atom fragmentation processes
Electron Impact Ionization using (e,2e) coincidence techniques from threshold to intermediate energies
(e,2e) processes on atomic inner shells
Spin resolved atomic (e,2e) processes
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