Finite Size Scaling and Critical Phenomena in Atomic and Molecular Physics download epub
by Sabre Kais,Pablo Serra
Sabre Kais, Pablo Serra.
Sabre Kais, Pablo Serra. This work is one of the first to describe quantum critical phenomena and quantum phase transitions in atomic and molecular physics.
Sabre Kais, Pablo Serra
Sabre Kais, Pablo Serra. by Sabre Kais, Pablo Serra. Published March 15, 2009 by CRC. There's no description for this book yet.
Atomic & Molecular Stabilization The Nobel Prize in Physics 1957.
Statistical Mechanics. Atomic & Molecular Stabilization. Multiply charged negative atomic ions in superintense laser fields. Superintense Laser Fields. Laser Atom Interaction. The Nobel Prize in Physics 1957.
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By solving the Schr"odinger equation one obtains the whole energy spectrum, both the bound and the continuum states. Sabre Kais, Pablo Llobera Serra. Dimensional scaling in chemical physics.
Advances in Chemical Physics 125, 1-100, 2003. Critical phenomena for electronic structure at the large-dimension limit. Comparison study of pivot methods for global optimization. P Serra, AF Stanton, S Kais, RE Bleil. The Journal of chemical physics 106 (17), 7170-7177, 1997. Electronic structure critical parameters for the lithium isoelectronic series. JP Neirotti, P Serra, S Kais.
Electronic structure critical parameters for the lithium isoelectronic series. P Serra, JP Neirotti, S Kais.
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The critical point is the critical value of the nuclear charge Z c for which the .
The critical point is the critical value of the nuclear charge Z c for which the energy of a bound state becomes degenerate with a threshold. 2–4 Recently it has been established for the N-electron atom5 and simple molecular systems6 at the large dimensional.
Although there are many books on finite size scaling in classical statistical mechanics, there is not a book on finite size scaling in quantum mechanics. This work is one of the first to describe quantum critical phenomena and quantum phase transitions in atomic and molecular physics. It shows how finite size scaling can be used to analyze important phenomena that are difficult to analyze using other methods. The book also includes a general description of near-threshold phenomena for quantum few-body problems with special emphasis on atomic and molecular applications, such as ionization, dissociation, and some aspects of resonance phenomena.