FORMULATION OF A HAMILTONIAN WITH RELATIVISTIC EFFECTS FOR HEAVY ATOMS
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CALIFORNIA UNIV BERKELEY SPACE SCIENCES LAB
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Listed and described are the areas of effort at the Atomic Physics program at the Space Sciences Laboratory. These areas include the following Construction of a hamiltonian for the problem of a heavy atom A critical assessment of the polarized orbital method in atomic scattering Rotational excitation of polar molecules by electrons Polarization of atomic radiation excited by electron impact at threshold Excitation of two atoms by a single photon A model of high energy charge transfer Positronium formation in positron-helium scattering and the Formal problems in the theory of dissociative attachment and recombination.
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy