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Atomic Spectra and Radiative Transitions covers the systematics of atomic spectra, non-stop spectrum radiation, and the excitation of atoms. This moment version has extra chapters on relativistic corrections within the spectra of hugely charged ions, which rounds off the former remedy. broad tables of oscillator strengths (both dipole and quadrupole), percentages and go sections of radiative transitions entire this textbook, making it worthy additionally as a reference paintings.

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Let us neglect excitation of an atom during bremsstrahlung. Then from Eq. 40 in view of Eqs. 71) In derivation of Eq. 71 it was taken into account that for a nonrelativistic IP jq1 j ! o=v0 >>jkj . We call attention to the fact that the contribution to interference is made only by the real part of the diagonal matrix element from the operator of electromagnetic field scattering by an atom (Eq. 31). 71) we have approximately: 42 2 Quantum-Electrodynamics Approach to Description of Bremsstrahlung.

65 is transparent: the first summand describes processes with ionization of the atomic core, when a transferred momentum is large, in this case the contribution of bound electrons is incoherent and part of energy is carried away by a knocked-on electron. The second summand describes the coherent process, when a momentum transferred to the core from an IP is small, and the atom remains in the former state. In the latter case the recoil momentum takes over a massive nucleus, and coherence takes place since the phase of electromagnetic interaction of the IP with the target core changes little at distances of the order of the atomic radius.

Fig. 61). The function BðoÞ has no resonance peculiarities for the case under consideration: o

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