The Hydrogen Atom

Precision Physics of Simple Atomic Systems

Author: S.G. Karshenboim,F.S. Pavone,F. Bassani,M. Inguscio,T.W. Hänsch

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3540453954

Category: Science

Page: 296

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For more than a century, studies of atomic hydrogen have been a rich source of scientific discoveries. These began with the Balmer series in 1885 and the early quantum theories of the atom, and later included the development of QED and the first successful gauge field theory. Today, hydrogen and its relatives continue to provide new fundamental information, as witnessed by the contributions to this book. The printed volume contains invited reviews on the spectroscopy of hydrogen, muonium, positronium, few-electron ions and exotic atoms, together with related topics such as frequency metrology and the determination of fundamental constants. The accompanying CD contains, in addition to these reviews, a further 40 contributed papers also presented at the conference "Hydrogen Atom 2" held in summer 2000. Finally, to facilitate a historical comparison, the CD also contains the proceedings of the first "Hydrogen Atom" conference of 1988. The book includes a foreword by Norman F. Ramsey.
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Linearity, Symmetry, and Prediction in the Hydrogen Atom

Author: Stephanie Frank Singer

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387263691

Category: Science

Page: 398

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Concentrates on how to make predictions about the numbers of each kind of basic state of a quantum system from only two ingredients: the symmetry and linear model of quantum mechanics Method has wide applications in crystallography, atomic structure, classification of manifolds with symmetry and other areas Engaging and vivid style Driven by numerous exercises and examples Systematic organization Separate solutions manual available
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The Hydrogen Atom

Proceedings of the Symposium, Held in Pisa, Italy, June 30–July 2, 1988

Author: G. Franco Bassani,Massimo Inguscio,Theodor W. Hänsch

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642884210

Category: Science

Page: 353

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Atomic hydrogen, the simplest of all stable atoms, has been a challenge to spectroscopists and theoreticians for many years. Here, as in similar systems like positronium, muonium and possibly helium, the accuracy of theoretical predictions is comparable to that of experimental measurements. Hence exciting confrontations are possible. This together with expected large experimental improvements explains the strong interest in the symposium held in Pisa in June-July 1988. The resulting book completely covers the precision spectroscopy of atomic hydrogen and hydrogen-like systems, and also discusses aspects of QED and the influence of strong fields.
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The hydrogen atom - hydrogen molecule exchange reaction

experimental tests of quantum theory

Author: Dahv Adam Viridis Kliner,Stanford University. Dept. of Chemistry

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 442

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Hydrogen

The Essential Element

Author: John S. Rigden

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674012523

Category: Science

Page: 280

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Looks at the mysteries, scientific discoveries, and benefits of the chemical element hydrogen.
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The hydrogen atom, hydrogen molecule exchange reaction

experimental evidence for dynamical resonances in chemical reactions

Author: Brian D. Bean,Stanford University. Dept. of Chemistry

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 212

View: 1921

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The hydrogen atom-deuterium molecule reaction

experimental determination of product quantum state distributions

Author: Klaus-Dieter Rinnen

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 546

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The Hydrogen Economy

Author: Jeremy Rifkin

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1440625115

Category: Political Science

Page: 304

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The road to global security," writes Jeremy Rifkin, "lies in lessening our dependence on Middle East oil and making sure that all people on Earth have access to the energy they need to sustain life. Weaning the world off oil and turning it toward hydrogen is a promissory note for a safer world." Rifkin's international bestseller The Hydrogen Economy presents the clearest, most comprehensive case for moving ourselves away from the destructive and waning years of the oil era toward a new kind of energy regime. Hydrogen-one of the most abundant substances in the universe-holds the key, Rifkin argues, to a cleaner, safer, and more sustainable world.
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Dark Sun

The Making Of The Hydrogen Bomb

Author: Richard Rhodes

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 143912647X

Category: History

Page: 736

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Here, for the first time, in a brilliant, panoramic portrait by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Making of the Atomic Bomb, is the definitive, often shocking story of the politics and the science behind the development of the hydrogen bomb and the birth of the Cold War. Based on secret files in the United States and the former Soviet Union, this monumental work of history discloses how and why the United States decided to create the bomb that would dominate world politics for more than forty years.
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Snow, Ice and Other Wonders of Water

A Tribute to the Hydrogen Bond

Author: Ivar Olovsson

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9814749389

Category: Science

Page: 124

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The book illustrates the fascinating world of the different forms of water — from ice and snow to liquid water. The water molecule, H2O, is the second most common molecule in the Universe (behind hydrogen, H2) and ice is the most abundant solid material. Snow and ice appear in a countless large number of different shapes and with properties which can be quite different. Detailed knowledge of the properties of snow is of great importance for the Sami people involved in reindeer herding and several hundred names are used to characterize the different types. The properties of ice and liquid water are very special and unique in several respects. In contrast to most other substances, the density of ice is lower than that of liquid water, which has many very important consequences in our daily life. Water plays a unique role in chemistry and although tremendous research has been spent on this seemingly simple substance, there are still many unsolved questions about the structure of liquid water. The special properties of water are due to hydrogen bonding between the H2O molecules, and this book may be seen as a tribute to the hydrogen bond. The general properties of the hydrogen bond are treated in three separate papers. The hydrogen bond is of fundamental importance in biological systems since all living matter has evolved from and exists in an aqueous environment and hydrogen bonds are involved in most biological processes. There is a hundred times more water molecules in our bodies than the sum of all the other molecules put together. Contents: There are Many Different Types of SnowEarly Snow Crystal ObservationsArtificial Snow CrystalsSnow and Ice Crystals in NatureSnow for Pleasure and ArtThe Ice Surface and Formation of Ice SpikesStructure and Physical and Chemical Properties of Water and IcePhysical Properties of Water and Ice; Significance in NatureThe Water Molecule is UniqueThe Role of the Lone Pairs in Hydrogen BondingComparison of the Proton Transfer Path in Hydrogen Bonds from Theoretical Potential Energy Surfaces and the Concept of Conservation of Bond OrdersThe Hydrogen Bond in the Solid State Readership: Interested lay readers. Key Features:The book differs from most books on snow as it covers early, historical observations as well as present active research. Some of the snow pictures are unique and illustrate fundamental physical factsThe beauty of snow crystals is amply illustrated, but basic facts about structure and properties are treated as well. Why does ice float on water? Why is the maximum density of water at +4°C?Keywords:Snow;Ice;Water;Hydrogen Bond
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Topics in Atomic Physics

Author: Charles E. Burkhardt,Jacob J. Leventhal

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387310746

Category: Science

Page: 288

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The importance of the ?eld of atomic physics to modern technology cannot be overemphasized. Atomic physics served as a major impetus to the development of the quantum theory of matter in the early part of the twentieth century and, due to the availability of the laser as a laboratory tool, it has taken us into the twen- ?rst century with an abundance of new and exciting phenomena to understand. Our intention in writing this book is to provide a foundation for students to begin researchinmodernatomicphysics. Asthetitleimplies,itisnot,norwasitintended to be, an all-inclusive tome covering every aspect of atomic physics. Any specialized textbook necessarily re?ects the predilection of the authors toward certain aspects of the subject. This one is no exception. It re?ects our - lief that a thorough understanding of the unique properties of the hydrogen atom is essential to an understanding of atomic physics. It also re?ects our fasci- tion with the distinguished position that Mother Nature has bestowed on the pure Coulomb and Newtonian potentials, and thus hydrogen atoms and Keplerian - bits. Therefore, we have devoted a large portion of this book to the hydrogen atom toemphasizethisdistinctiveness. Weattempttostresstheuniquenessoftheattr- tive 1/r potential without delving into group theory. It is our belief that, once an understanding of the hydrogen atom is achieved, the properties of multielectron atoms can be understood as departures from hydrogenic properties.
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Fundamentals of Solid-state Electronics

Solution Manual

Author: Chih-Tang Sah

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789810228811

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 200

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This Solution Manual, a companion volume of the book, Fundamentals of Solid-State Electronics, provides the solutions to selected problems listed in the book. Most of the solutions are for the selected problems that had been assigned to the engineering undergraduate students who were taking an introductory device core course using this book.This Solution Manual also contains an extensive appendix which illustrates the application of the fundamentals to solutions of state-of-the-art transistor reliability problems which have been taught to advanced undergraduate and graduate students.
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Biophysical Chemistry

Author: James P. Allen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1444300733

Category: Science

Page: 512

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"Biophysical Chemistry is an outstanding book that delivers both fundamental and complex biophysical principles, along with an excellent overview of the current biophysical research areas, in a manner that makes it accessible for mathematically and non-mathematically inclined readers." (Journal of Chemical Biology, February 2009) This text presents physical chemistry through the use of biological and biochemical topics, examples and applications to biochemistry. It lays out the necessary calculus in a step by step fashion for students who are less mathematically inclined, leading them through fundamental concepts, such as a quantum mechanical description of the hydrogen atom rather than simply stating outcomes. Techniques are presented with an emphasis on learning by analyzing real data. Presents physical chemistry through the use of biological and biochemical topics, examples and applications to biochemistry Lays out the necessary calculus in a step by step fashion for students who are less mathematically inclined Presents techniques with an emphasis on learning by analyzing real data Features qualitative and quantitative problems at the end of each chapter All art available for download online and on CD-ROM
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