|Statement||Edited by Stanley Bashkin.|
|Contributions||Bashkin, Stanley, ed., University of Arizona., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|LC Classifications||QC450 .C66 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xvii, 610 p.)|
|Number of Pages||610|
|LC Control Number||68008275|
Beam-foil Spectroscopy [Bashkin, Stanley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Beam-foil Spectroscopy. The appreciable evolution of the nearly teenaged branch of atomic and molecular physics called beam foil spectroscopy is clearly depicted in the present volumes, which are devoted to publication of presentations at the Fourth International Conference on Beam Foil Spectroscopy and Heavy Ion Atomic. Stanley Bashkin Beam-foil spectroscopy has enjoyed a rapid growth since the publication of KAY's first experiment [I.1J and my own first formal discussion of the possibilities inherent in a foil-excited particle beam [J. In addition to fulfilling a number of the impor tant promises, the. Stanley Bashkin Beam-foil spectroscopy has enjoyed a rapid growth since the publication of KAY's first experiment [I.1J and my own first formal discussion of the possibilities inherent in a foil-excited particle beam [J. In addition to fulfilling a number of the impor tant promises, the beam-foil source has been found to hold substantial Format: Paperback.
In beam-foil spectroscopy the ions are rapidly moving, which shifts and broadens the spectral lines. This, in turn, causes problems in wavelength calibration and spectral resolution. However, the inherent time resolution of the foil-excited fast-ion-beam source is unique and remains a great asset in time-resolved spectroscopic measurements. () developed and showed the practicality of beam-foil excitation as a light source for radiation from heavy ions of a large range of charge states and excitation energies. The proceedings of four international beam--foil conferences have been published ( Beam Foil Spectroscopy vols 1 and 2, ed S Bashkin (New York: Gordon and. The energy levels and spectra of free atoms and ions have been studied for many years. The physical quantities of interest include transition wavelengths, excitation and ionization energies, as well as fine- and hyperfine structure separations. More recently it has also become possible to make accurate determinations of the lifetimes of excited states in atoms and ions and their related. We report mean-life results for 16 terms in S III–S VI, obtained from vacuum ultraviolet transitions in sulfur excited by beam–foil interaction. Ten of the mean lives have been measured for the fir.
An analysis of the beam-foil spectrum of argon at MeV is used to suggest assignments for levels of the 3p3 and 3s3p3d electron configurations of A. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xxiii. PDF. The Spectroscopy of Highly Excited Atoms. Daniel Kleppner. Pages Optical Spectroscopy of Short-Lived Isotopes. H.-Jürgen Kluge. Pages Spin and Coherence Transfer in Penning lonization. Pages Fast-Beam (Beam-Foil) Spectroscopy. Applications of Beam-Foil Spectroscopy to the Solar Ultraviolet Emission Spectrum.- Ionization Balance in the Chromosphere and Corona.- Excitation Balance in the Chromosphere and Corona.- Line-Ratio Measurements of Electron Temperature.- Line-Ratio Measurements of Electron Density.- The Determination of Chromospheric-Coronal. Book Review: Beam-foil spectroscopy. Topics in current physics, 1. S. Bashkin (Editor). Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg Berlin-New York, N.Y., , pp., US $