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Atomic Physics of Highly Charged Ions

Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the Physics of Highly Charged Ions Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen Giessen, Federal Republic of Germany, 10-14 September 1990
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The present status of scientific work involving highly ionized atoms is reviewed in this proceedings volume, which incorporates the progress made over the last two years. More than 20 invited articles cover the whole area of active research in this field, including applications in plasmas, ion-surface interactions, precision spectroscopy, electron-ion recombination and ionization, ion-atom collisions, storage-ring physics, and ion sources. Nearly 100 contributed papers deal with the latest theoretical and experimental achievements, presenting the reader with the current state of the art in highly charged ion physics.

Statementedited by Erhard Salzborn, Paul H. Mokler, Alfred Müller
ContributionsMokler, Paul H., Müller, Alfred
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LC ClassificationsQC170-197, QC717.6-718.8
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] :
Pagination1 online resource (xv, 365 pages 318 illustrations)
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Open LibraryOL27018946M
ISBN 103642766609, 3642766587
ISBN 139783642766602, 9783642766589
OCLC/WorldCa851823463

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This book contains the invited lectures and contributed papers presented at the V International Conference on the Physics of Highly Charged Ions, which was held at the lustus-Liebig-Universi­ tat Giessen, September This conference was the ftfth in a series.

The tandem, the traditional source of highly charged binary encounter electron production at zero degrees were studied for medium Z (Si,Cl,Cu) projectiles. Recoil momentum spectroscopy has been used to separate the contributions to collisional ionization of one-electron ions (C(5+), O(7+), F(8+)) from the nucleus and the electrons of a He target.

This book is devoted to the basic aspects of the physics of highly charged ions. Its principal aim is to provide a basis for understanding the structure and spectra of these ions, as well as their interactions with other atomic par­ ticles (electrons, ions, atoms and molecules).

The study of highly charged ions involves various branches of physics. It was the aim of the conference to bring together physicists working in atomic collisions and spectroscopy, in plasma physics and astrophysics, as well as in solid-state and ion-source physics.

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Highly charged ions (HCI) are ions in very high charge states due to the loss of many or most of their bound electrons by energetic collisions or high-energy photon absorption. Examples are fold ionized iron, Fe 13+ or Fe XIV in Atomic Physics of Highly Charged Ions book notation, found in the Sun's corona, or naked uranium, U 92+ (U XCIII in spectroscopic notation), bare all bound electrons, which requires.

Emphasizing a physical understanding with many illustrations, Introduction to the Physics of Highly Charged Ions covers the major areas of x-ray radiation and elementary atomic processes occurring with highly charged ions in hot laboratory and astrophysical plasmas.

Topics include light and ion sources, spectroscopy, atomic structure, magnetic Cited by: The present status of scientific work involving highly ionized atoms is reviewed in this proceedings volume, which incorporates the progress made over the last two years.

More than 20 invited articles cover the whole area of active research in this field, including applications in plasmas, ion-surface interactions, precision spectroscopy, electron-ion recombination and ionization, ion. Introduction to the Physics of Highly Charged Ions - CRC Press Book Emphasizing a physical understanding with many illustrations, Introduction to the Physics of Highly Charged Ions covers the major areas of x-ray radiation and elementary atomic processes occurring with highly charged ions in hot laboratory and astrophysical plasmas.

This book is devoted to the basic aspects of the physics of highly charged ions.

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Its principal aim is to provide a basis for understanding the structure and spectra of these ions, as well as their interactions with other atomic par ticles (electrons, ions, atoms and molecules). The idea of assembling this book matured while the editors were writ ing another book, X-Ray Radiation of Highly Charged Ions by H.

Beyer, H. Kluge and V. Shevelko (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg ) covering a broad range of x-ray and other radiative phenomena central to atomic physics with heavy ions.

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Get this from a library. Introduction to the physics of highly charged ions. [H F Beyer; V P Shevelʹko; Institute of Physics (Great Britain)] -- "This book provides an overview of modern atomic physics with highly chargedions.

It serves as an introduction to the subject for graduate and postgraduate students, as well as specialists in the. The physics of highly charged ions continues to be one of the most active and interesting fields of atomic physics.

A large fraction of the characteristic radiation of such ions lies in the x-ray region and its spectroscopy represents an important experimental tool. The field of x-ray spectroscopy grew directly from the discovery of x radiation by Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen in   Shortly after the first reports of ESI mass spectra of multiply charged ions, the Thomson (Th) was proposed as the unit for mass-to-charge ratio with the mass given in u and using the charge Author: Philip Lössl.

Dear Colleagues, Highly charged ions are those of typical few-body systems involving quantum mechanics and also quantum electrodynamics. Even though the calculation methods for insolated atomic ions are well developed, atomic data of electronic structure and spectroscopy for the most of ions are still very scarce, and the production of atomic data can be regarded as one of the.

Charge Exchange Processes Involving Multicharged Ions: The Quasimolecular Approach.- Electron-Ion Collisions.- Production of Multiply Charged Ions for Experiments in Atomic Physics.- Channeling of Ions and Electrons in Crystals and Radiation from Channeled Electrons.- Theory of Low Energy Electron-Ion Processes for Medium to Highly Charged Ions.-Author: Richard Marrus.

This book is devoted to the basic aspects of the physics of highly charged ions. Its principal aim is to provide a basis for understanding the structure and spectra of these ions, as well as their interactions with other atomic par ticles (electrons, ions, atoms and molecules). Get this from a library.

Atomic physics of highly charged ions: proceedings of the fifth International Conference on the Physics of Highly Charged Ions, Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Giessen, Federal Republic of Germany, September [E Salzborn; P H Mokler; A Müller;].

Atomic physics with highly charged ions. Progress report, September 1, Aug Book Description. Emphasizing a physical understanding with many illustrations, Introduction to the Physics of Highly Charged Ions covers the major areas of x-ray radiation and elementary atomic processes occurring with highly charged ions in hot laboratory and astrophysical plasmas.

Theoretical methods commonly used in relativistic atomic structure theory are summarized with emphasis on applications to highly-charged ions. Citation Trapping Highly-Charged Ions: Fundamentals and Applications.

An overview of new opportunities for atomic physics using highly charged ions and radioactive heavy ions at HIAF is given. Discover the world's research 17+ million members.

This book provides an overview of modern atomic physics with highly chargedions. It serves as an introduction to the subject for graduate and postgraduate students, as well as specialists in the field who will find a reasonable mixture of fundamentals and practical applications for.

X-ray spectroscopy of highly charged heavy ions is an important tool for the investigation of many topics in atomic physics. Such highly charged ions, in particular hydrogen-like uranium, are investigated at heavy ion storage rings, where high charge states can be produced in large quantities, stored for long times and cooled to low momentum.

The spectroscopy of highly charged ions plays a key role in numerous areas of physics, from quantum electrodynamics (QED) and parity nonconservation (PNC) testing to fusion and plasma physics to x-ray astronomy. Handbook for Highly Charged Ion Spectroscopic Research brings together many of the techn.

The best highly charged ions seem to be atoms such as Nd, Pr, and Sm that can be ionized to have the same number of electrons as four successive elementsAg, Cd, In, and Snin another part of.

Studies at the border between nuclear and atomic physics: Weak decays of highly charged ions D Atanasov, K Blaum, F Bosch et al. Atomic Physics. Atomic Physics Paul Ewart However, in order to understand atomic physics at the level of this book, we need to have studiedquantum theory arity with, and a working knowledge of.

Interest in the atomic physics of multicharged ions has grown apace. In the fusion program, the spectra of these ions is an im­ portant diagnostic tool. Moreover the presence of mu1ticharged ions presents a serious energy loss mechanism in fusion devices.

This fact has motivated a program to study the collision mech­ anisms involved. Introduction. Accelerator-based atomic physics with stored highly charged ions at heavy ion storage rings have been developed for more than two decades.There are still large unexplored fields by employment of cooled and stored highly charged ions (HCI), such as precision tests of QED effects and electron correlation in strong Coulomb fields and even super-critical strong Cited by: Transitions in the highly charged ions are in the X-ray region and are interesting because they are relatively simple to interpret.

They are also one of the few cases in atomic physics wherein high order multipole transitions are observed. Hydrogen-like ions. The world of multiply and highly charged ions provides a further species for us to study. Over 15 times as many! It is the nature of human beings to explore the It is arguable that most of chemistry and a large portion of atomic physics is concemed with the behaviour of the 92 naturally occurring elements in each of 3 charge states (+1, 0 Pages: X-ray spectroscopy of highly charged heavy ions is an important tool for the investigation of many topics in atomic physics.

Such highly charged ions, in particular hydrogen-like uranium, are.Introduction to the Physics of Highly Charged Ions by Heinrich F. Beyer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.