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Call number:9783319183176:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Particle accelerator physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Helmut Wiedemann
Date:2015
Edition:Fourth edition.
Publisher:Springer
Size:1 online resource (1021 pages)
Contents:Particle Distribution -- Beam Emittance and Lattice Design -- Part V Perturbations -- Perturbations in Beam Dynamics -- Hamiltonian Resonance Theory -- Hamiltonian Nonlinear Beam Dynamics -- Part VI Acceleration -- Charged Particle Acceleration -- B eam-Cavity Interaction -- Part VII Coupled Motion -- Dynamics of Coupled Motion -- Part VIII Intense Beams -- Statistical and Collective Effects -- Wake Fields and Instabilities -- Part IX Synchrotron Radiation -- Fundamental Processes -- Overview of Sync hrotron Radiation -- Theory of Synchrotron Radiation -- Insertion Device Radiation -- Free Electron Lasers -- Part X Appendices -- Useful Mathematical Formulae -- Physical Formulae and Parameters -- References -- Index.
ISBN:9783319183169
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Keywords: Particle accelerators. , Beam dynamics
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Title:Beam dynamics [electronic resource] : in high energy particle accelerators
Author(s): Andrzej Wolski
Date:2014
Publisher:London: Imperial College Press
Size:1 online resource (591 p.)
Contents:I. Electromagnetism and classical mechanics. 1. Electromagnetic fields in accelerator components -- 2. Hamiltonian for a particle in an accelerator beam line -- II. Single-particle linear dynamics. 3. Linear transfer maps for common components -- 4. Linear optics in uncoupled beam lines -- 5. Coupled optics -- 6. Linear imperfections in storage rings -- 7. Effects of synchrotron radiation -- III. Single-particle nonlinear dynamics. 8. Examples of nonlinear effects in accelerator beam lines -- 9. Rep resentations of transfer maps -- 10. Symplectic integrators -- 11. Methods for analysis of single-particle dynamics -- IV. Collective effects. 12. Space charge -- 13. Scattering effects -- 14. Wake fields, wake functions and impedance -- 15. Coherent ins t abilities.
ISBN:9781783262779
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Series:World Scientific eBook
Keywords: Beam dynamics. , Particle accelerators.
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Call number:SPRINGER-2016-9783319263847:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Relativistic Nonlinear Electrodynamics The QED Vacuum and Matter in Super-Strong Radiation Fields
Author(s): Hamlet K Avetissian
Date:2016
Edition:2nd ed. 2016
Size:1 online resource (506 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-319-26384-7
Contents:1 Interaction of a Charged Particle with Strong Plane Electromagnetic Wave in Vacuum -- 2 Interaction of Charged Particles with Strong Electromagnetic Wave in Dielectric Media. Induced Nonlinear Cherenkov Process -- 3 Quantum Theory
of Induced Multiphoton Cherenkov Process -- 4 Cyclotron Resonance at the Particle - Strong Wave Interaction -- 5 Nonlinear Dynamics of Induced Compton and Undulator Processes -- 6 Induced Nonstationary Transition Process -- 7 Induced
Channeling Process in a Crystal -- 8 Nonlinear Mechanisms of Free Electron Laser -- 9 Electron-Positron Pair Production in Superstrong Laser Fields -- 10 Relativistic Quantum Theory of Scattering on Arbitrary Electrostatic Potential
and Stimulated Bremsstrahlung -- 11 Interaction of Strong Laser Radiation with Highly Charged Atoms-Ions -- 12 Interaction of Superstrong Laser Radiation with Plasma -- 13 High Harmonic Generation and Coherent X-Ray - y- Ray Radiation
in Relativistic Atomic-Ionic Systems -- 14 “Relativistic Nonlinear Electromagnetic Processes in Graphene -- Index
ISBN:9783319263847
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Series:Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics: 88
Keywords: Physics , Optics , Electrodynamics , Particle acceleration , Atoms , Matter , Microwaves , Optical engineering , Physics , Atoms and Molecules in Strong Fields, Laser Matter Interaction , Optics and Electrodynamics , Particle Acceleration and Detection, Beam Physics , Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering
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Call number:SPRINGER-2016-9781493933174:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Electron Lenses for Super-Colliders
Author(s): Vladimir D Shiltsev
Date:2016
Edition:1st ed. 2016
Size:1 online resource (37 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4939-3317-4
Contents:From the Contents: Part I Colliding Beams Method -- Beam Dynamics Issues in Hadron Supercolliders -- Part II Technology of Electron Lenses -- Major Requirements -- Part III Electron Lenses for Beam-Beam Compensation -- Long-range
beam-beam compensation -- Part IV Electron Lenses for Beam Halo Collimation -- Part V Electron Lenses for Space-Charge Compensation -- Theory and Modeling of the SCC with Electron Lenses.- Part VI Other Applications of Electron Lenses
-- Electron Lenses for Slow Extraction from Proton Synchrotrons
ISBN:9781493933174
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Keywords: Physics , Optics , Electrodynamics , Particle acceleration , Physical measurements , Measurement , Physics , Particle Acceleration and Detection, Beam Physics , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Optics and Electrodynamics
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Call number:SPRINGER-2014-9783319040813:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Free-Electron Lasers in the Ultraviolet and X-Ray Regime [electronic resource] : Physical Principles, Experimental Results, Technical Realization
Author(s): Peter Schmser
Martin Dohlus
Jrg Rossbach
Christopher Behrens
Date:2014
Edition:2nd ed. 2014
Publisher:Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
Note:The main goal of the book is to provide a systematic and didactic approach to the physics and technology of free-electron lasers. Numerous figures are used for illustrating the underlying ideas and concepts, and links to otherfields of physics are pr ovided. After an introduction to undulator radiation and the low-gain FEL, the one-dimensional theory of the high-gain FEL is developed in a systematic way. Particular emphasis is put on explaining andjustifying the various assumptions and approximations that are needed to obtain the differential and integral equations governing the FEL dynamics. Analytical and numerical solutions are presented and important FEL parameters aredefined, such as gain length, FEL bandwidth and saturation power. One of the mos t important features of a high-gain FEL, the formation of microbunches, is studied at length. The increase of gain length due to beam energy spread, spacecharge forces, and three-dimensional effects such as betatron oscillations and optical diffraction is analyzed. The mechanism of Self-Amplified Spontaneous Emission is described theoretically and illustrated with numerous experimentalresults. Various methods of FEL seeding by coherent external radiation are introduced, together with experimental results. The worlds first soft X-ray FEL, the user facility FLASH at DESY, is described in some detail to give animpression of the complexity of such an accelerator-based light source. The last chapter is devoted to the new hard X-ray FELs which generate extremel y intense radiation in the Angstrm regime. The appendices contain supplementarymaterial and more involved calculations.
Contents:Introduction
Undulator Radiation
Low
Gain FEL Theory
One
Dimensional Theory of the High
Gain FEL
Applications of the High
Gain FEL Equations
Energy Spread, Space Chargeand 3D Effects
Self
Amplified Spontaneous Emission and FEL Seeding
The EUV and Soft X
Ray FEL in Hamburg
X
Ray Free
Electron Lasers: Technical Realization and Experimental Results
Appendices
A. Hamiltonian Formalism
B. Supplements to Chapter 4
C. Gaussian Modes of Laser Beams
D. Eigenmode Approach
E. Statistical Methods and Tools
F. Conventions and Frequently used Symbols
Index
ISBN:9783319040813
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Series:Springer Tracts in Modern Physics, 0081-3869 : v258
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Particle acceleration
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Call number:SPRINGER-2014-9783319011806:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Studying Complex Surface Dynamical Systems Using Helium-3 Spin-Echo Spectroscopy [electronic resource]
Author(s): Barbara A. J Lechner
Date:2014
Publisher:Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
Note:Chemical reactions and growth processes on surfaces depend on the diffusion and re-orientation of the adsorbate molecules. A fundamental understanding of the forces guiding surface motion is thus of utmost importance for theadvancement of many fields of science and technology. To date, our understanding of the principles underlying surface dynamics remains extremely limited, due to the difficulties involved in measuring these processes experimentally. Thehelium-3 spin-echo (HeSE) technique is uniquel y capable of probing such surface dynamical phenomena. The present thesis extends the field of application of HeSE from atomic and small molecular systems to more complex systems.Improvements to the supersonic helium beam source, a key component of the sp ectrometer, as well as a detailed investigation of a range of five-membered aromatic adsorbate species are presented. The thesis provides a comprehensivedescription of many aspects of the HeSE method - instrumentation, measurement and data analysis - and as such offers a valuable introduction for newcomers to the field
Contents:Motivation
The helium
3 spin
echo experiment
A new helium atom scattering apparatus
An improved high intensity supersonic helium beam source
The dynamics of cyclopentadienyl on Cu(111)
Quantum influences in the diffusive motion of pyrrole on Cu(111)
The diffusive motion of thiophene on Cu(111)
Conclusions
ISBN:9783319011806
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Series:Springer Theses, Recognizing Outstanding Ph.D. Research, 2190-5053
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Chemistry, Physical organic , Surfaces (Physics)
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Title:Interacting Boson Model from Energy Density Functionals [electronic resource]
Author(s): Kosuke Nomura
Date:2013
Publisher:Tokyo : Springer Japan : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This thesis describes a novel and robust way of deriving a Hamiltonian of the interacting boson model based on microscopic nuclear energy density functional theory. Based on the fact that the multi-nucleon induced surfacedeformation of finite nucleus can be simulated by effective boson degrees of freedom, intrinsic properties of the nucleon system, obtained from self-consistent mean-field method with a microscopic energy density functional, are mappedonto the boson analog. Thereby, the excitation spe ctra and the transition rates for the relevant collective states having good symmetry quantum numbers are calculated by the subsequent diagonalization of the mapped boson Hamiltonian.Because the density functional approach gives an accurate global descrip tion of nuclear bulk properties, the interacting boson model is derived for various situations of nuclear shape phenomena, including those of the exotic nucleiinvestigated at rare-isotope beam facilities around the world. This work provides, for the first time, crucial pieces of information about how the interacting boson model is justified and derived from nucleon degrees of freedom in acomprehensive manner
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Contents:Basic Notions
Rotating Deformed Systems with Axial Symmetry
Weakly Deformed Systems with Triaxial Dynamics
Comparison with Geometrical Model
Is axially Asymmetric NucleusGamma Rigid or Unstable?
Ground
state Correlation
Summary and Concluding Remarks
ISBN:9784431542346
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Keywords: Magnetism
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Title:Atomic Processes in Basic and Applied Physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Viacheslav Shevelko
Hiro Tawara
Date:2012
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
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Note:The book is a comprehensive edition which considers the interactions of atoms, ions and molecules with charged particles, photons and laser fields and reflects the present understanding of atomic processes such as electroncapture, target and projecti le ionisation, photoabsorption and others occurring in most of laboratory and astrophysical plasma sources including many-photon and many-electron processes. The material consists of selected papers writtenby leading scientists in various fields
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Contents:From the content: Laboratory and astrophysical plasmas
Modern view on ball lightning: Observations, experiments, theories
Unravelling the mysteries of matter surrounding supermassive black holes
Spectroscopic diagnostics of hot coronal plasma
Hot spots and giant spiders clouding the solar sky
Populations of excited parabolic states of hydrogen beam in fusion plasmas
Atomic processes in dusty plasmas
Atomic and Molecular Data Need for Industrial Application Plasmas
Atomic collisions
Charge transfer dynamics in low to intermediate energy ion
atom/molecule collisions stud
ISBN:9783642255694
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Series:Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics, 1615-5653 : v68
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Title:Nonlinear Photonics and Novel Optical Phenomena [electronic resource]
Author(s): Zhigang Chen
Roberto Morandotti
Date:2012
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
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Note:Nonlinear Photonics and Novel Optical Phenomena contains contributed chapters from leading experts in nonlinear optics and photonics, and provides a comprehensive survey of fundamental concepts as well as hot topics in currentresearch on nonlinear op tical waves and related novel phenomena. The book covers self-accelerating airy beams, integrated photonics based on high index doped-silica glass, linear and nonlinear spatial beam dynamics in photonic latticesand waveguide arrays, polariton solitons and localized structures in semiconductor microcavities, terahertz waves, and other novel phenomena in different nanophotonic and optical systems
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Contents:Chapter 1
Self
Accelerating Airy Beams: Generation, Control, and Applications
Chapter 2
Advanced Integrated Photonics in Doped Silica Glass
Chapter 3
Linear and Nonlinear Wave Behavior in Amorphous Photonic Lattices
Chapter 4
Nonlinear Control of Multi
Color Beams in Coupled Optical Waveguides
Chapter 5
Spatial Beam Dynamics Mediated by Hybrid Nonlinearity
Chapter 6
Theory of Polariton Solitons in Semiconductor Microcavities
Chapter 7
Observation of True Optical Vortices in a Laser System
Chapter 8
Scale
Free Optics
Chapter 9
Spatially Dispersive
ISBN:9781461435389
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Series:Springer Series in Optical Sciences, 0342-4111 : v170
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Keywords: Microwaves , Optical materials
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Title:Beam-Wave Interaction in Periodic and Quasi-Periodic Structures [electronic resource]
Author(s): Levi Schchter
Date:2011
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:The main theme of this book is the interaction of electrons with electromagnetic waves in the presence of periodic and quasi-periodic structures in vacuum, in view of applications in the design and operation of particleaccelerators. The first part of the book is concerned with the textbook-like presentation of the basic material, in particular reviewing elementary electromagnetic phenomena and electron dynamics. The second part of the book describesthe current models for beam-wave interactions with p eriodic and quasi-periodic structures. This is the basis for introducing, in the last part of the book, a number of particle and radiation sources that rest on these principles, inparticular the free-electron laser, wake-field acceleration schemes and a n umber of other advanced particle accelerator concepts. This second edition brings this fundamental text up-to-date in view of the enormous advances that havebeen made over the last decade since the first edition was published. All chapters, as well as the bibliography, have been significantly revised and extended, and the number of end-of-chapter exercises has been further increased toenhance this books usefulness for teaching specialized graduate courses.
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Contents:Introduction
Elementary Electromagnetic Phenomena
Elementary Electron Dynamics
Models of Beam
Wave Interaction in Slow
Wave Structure
Periodic Structures
Quasi
Periodic Structures
Free
Electron Laser
Basic Acceleration Concepts
References
Subject Index
ISBN:9783642198489
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Series:Particle Acceleration and Detection, 1611-1052
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Particle acceleration , Microwaves
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Title:Investigations of Field Dynamics in Laser Plasmas with Proton Imaging [electronic resource]
Author(s): Thomas Sokollik
Date:2011
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Laser driven proton beams are still in their infancy but already have some outstanding attributes compared to those from conventional accelerators. One such attribute is the typically low beam emittance. This allows excellentresolution in imaging app lications like proton radiography. In the thesis by Thomas Sokollik a novel imaging technique - the proton streak camera - was developed and first used to measure both the spatial and temporal evolution ofultra-strong electrical fields in laser-driven pla smas. Such investigations are of paramount importance for the understanding of laser-plasma interactions and, thus, for optimization of laser driven particle acceleration. Inparticular, the present work investigated micrometer-sized spherical targets afte r laser irradiation. The confined geometry of plasmas and fields was found to influence the kinetic energy and spatial distribution of accelerated ions.This could be shown both in experimental radiography images and and in numerical simulations, one of wh ich was selected for the cover page of Physical Review Letters
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Contents:Introduction. Basics. Ultra Short and Intense Laser Pulses
Plasma Physics
IonAcceleration
Laser System
Proton Beam Characterization. Proton and Ion Spectra
Beam Emittance
Virtual Source Dynamics
Proton Imaging. Principle of Proton Imaging
Imaging Plasmas of Irradiated Foils
Mass
Limited Targets
Streak Deflectometry
Summary and Outlook. Apendix A
Zernike Polynomials
Appendix B Gated MCOs
Bibliography
Index
Acknowledgements
ISBN:9783642150401
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Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Particle acceleration
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Title:Extreme Photonics & Applications [electronic resource]
Author(s): Trevor J Hall
Sergey V Gaponenko
Sofia A Paredes
Date:2010
Publisher:Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands
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Note:Extreme Photonics & Applications arises from the 2008 NATO Advanced Study Institute in Laser Control & Monitoring in New Materials, Biomedicine, Environment, Security and Defense. Leading experts in the manipulation of lightoffered by recent advances in laser physics and nanoscience were invited to give lectures in their fields of expertise and participate in discussions on current research, applications and new directions. The sum of their contributionsto this book is a primer for the state of scien tific knowledge and the issues within the subject of photonics taken to the extreme frontiers: molding light at the ultra-finest scales, which represents the beginning of the end tolimitations in optical science for the benefit of 21st Century technologic al societies. Laser light is an exquisite tool for physical and chemical research. Physicists have recently developed pulsed lasers with such short durationsthat one laser shot takes the time of one molecular vibration or one electron rotation in an atom, which makes it possible to observe their internal electronic structure, thereby enabling the study of physical processes and newchemical reactions. In parallel, advances in micro- and nano-structured photonic materials allow the precise manipulation of l ight on its natural scale of a wavelength. Photonic crystals, plasmons and related metamaterials - composedof subwavelength nanostructures - permit the manipulation of their dispersive properties and have allowed the experimental confirmation of bizarre n ew effects such as slow light and negative refraction. These advances open a vista on anew era in which it is possible to build lasers and engineer materials to control and use photons as precisely as it is already possible to do with electrons. http://ww w.photonics.uottawa.ca/nato-asi-2008/
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Contents:Ultrashort Laser Pulse Generation
Femtosecond Dynamics and Control: From Rydberg Molecules to Photochemistry and Photobiology
Coherent Control for Molecular Ultrafast Spectroscopy
Photonic Integration Enables Single
Beam Nonlinear Spectroscopy for Microscopy and Microanalytics
Applications of Coherent Raman Scattering
Use of Ketoprofenate and Xanthonate Photocages for Antiviral Release
Ultrasensitive Laser Analysis of Nanostructures: Theoretical Background and Experimental Performance
Laser
Matter Interaction in Transparent Materials: Confined Micro
explosion and Jet Forma
ISBN:9789048136346
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Series:NATO Science for Peace and Security Series B: Physics and Biophysics, 1874-6500
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Chemistry , Chemistry, Physical organic
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Title:Electromagnetic and Optical Pulse Propagation 2 [electronic resource] : Temporal Pulse Dynamics in Dispersive, Attenuative Media
Author(s): Kurt E Oughstun
Date:2009
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer US
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Note:Electromagnetic and Optical Pulse Propagation presents a systematic treatment of the radiation and propagation of transient electromagnetic and optical wave fields (such as those used in ultrawideband radar and communicationssystems as well as in ult rashort pulsed optics) through causal, locally linear media which exhibit both temporal dispersion and absorption. Volume I presents a detailed, rigorous development of the fundamental theory of both time andfrequency-domain electromagnetics, beginning wi th the classical Maxwell-Lorentz theory of microscopic electromagnetic fields and its invariance in the special theory of relativity, the correlation of the microscopic and macroscopicfields, and the angular spectrum representation of pulsed radiation fie lds in causally dispersive media. The theory provides a rigorous framework for applied research treating temporally pulsed wave fields in dielectric, conducting andsemiconducting materials. Volume II presents the asymptotic description of specific pulsed wave fields in both Debye and Lorentz model dielectrics, Drude model conductors and composite model semiconductors
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Contents:Pulsed Electromagnetic and Optical Beam WaveFields in Temporally Dispersive Media
Asymptotic Methods of Analysis using Advanced Saddle Point Techniques
The Group Velocity Approximation
Analysis of the Phase Function and Its Saddle Points
Evolution of the Precursor Fields
Evolution of the Signal
Continuous Evolution of the Total Field
Physical Interpretations of Dispersive Pulse Dynamics
Applications
ISBN:9781441901491
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Series:Springer Series in Optical Sciences, 0342-4111 : v144
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Keywords: Microwaves
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Title:Optimization in Medicine [electronic resource]
Author(s): Carlos J. S Alves
Panos M Pardalos
Luis Nunes Vicente
Date:2008
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:Optimization has become an essential tool in addressing the limitation of resources and need for better decision-making in the medical field. Both continuous and discrete mathematical techniques are playing an increasinglyimportant role in understand ing several fundamental problems in medicine. This volume presents a wide range of medical applications that can utilize mathematical computing. Examples include using an algorithm for considering the seedreconstruction problem in brachytherapy and using optimization-classification models to assist in the early prediction, diagnosis and detection of diseases. Discrete optimization techniques and measures derived from the theory ofnonlinear dynamics, with analysis of multi-electrode electroencephalographic (EEG) data, assist in predicting impending epileptic seizures. Mathematics in medicine can also be found in recent cancer research. Sophisticated mathematicalmodels and optimization algorithms have been used to generate treatment plans for radionuclide i mplant and external beam radiation therapy. Optimization techniques have also been used to automate the planning process in Gamma Knifetreatment, as well as to address a variety of medical image registration problems. This work grew out of a workshop on o ptimization which was held during the 2005 CIM Thematic Term on Optimization in Coimbra, Portugal. It provides anoverview of the state-of-the-art in optimization in medicine and will serve as an excellent reference for researchers in the medical computing community and for those working in applied mathematics and optimization
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Contents:The influence of dose grid resolution on beam selection strategies in radiotherapy treatment design
Decomposition of matrices and static multileaf collimators: a survey
Neuro
dynamic programming for fractionated radiotherapy planning
Randomized algorithms for mixed matching and covering in hypergraphs in 3D seed reconstruction in brachytherapy
Global optimization and spatial synchronization changes prior to epileptic seizures
Optimization
based predictive models in medicine and biology
Optimal reconstruction kernels in medical imaging
Optimal control in high intensity focu
ISBN:9780387732992
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Series:Springer Optimization and Its Applications, 1931-6828 : v12
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Keywords: Mathematics , Radiology, Medical , Mathematical optimization
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Title:Particle Accelerator Physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Helmut Wiedemann
Date:2007
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Particle Accelerator Physics is an in-depth and comprehensive introduction to the field of high-energy particle acceleration and beam dynamics. Part I gathers the basic tools, recalling the essentials of electrostatics andelectrodynamics as well as o f particle dynamics in electromagnetic fields. Part II is an extensive primer in beam dynamics, followed in Part III by the introduction and description of the main beam parameters. Part IV is devoted to thetreatment of perturbations in beam dynamics. Par t V discusses the details of charged particle accleration. Part VI and Part VII introduce the more advanced topics of coupled beam dynamics and the description of very intense beams. PartVIII is an exhaustive treatment of radiation from accelerated charge s and introduces important sources of coherent radiation such as synchrotrons and free-electron lasers. Part IX collects the appendices gathering useful mathematicaland physical formulae, parameters and units. Solutions to many end-of-chapter problems are given. This textbook is suitable for an intensive two-semester course starting at the advanced undergraduate level
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Contents:Tools we Need
Beam Dynamics
Beam Parameters
Perturbations
Acceleration
Coupled Motion
Intense Beams
Synchrotron Radiation
Appendices
ISBN:9783540490456
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Keywords: Weights and measures , Particle acceleration , Electrodynamics , Nuclear engineering
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Title:Dynamics and Thermodynamics with Nuclear Degrees of Freedom [electronic resource]
Author(s): Philippe Chomaz
Francesca Gulminelli
Wolfgang Trautmann
Sherry J Yennello
Date:2006
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:The study of nuclear reaction dynamics and thermodynamics with nuclear degrees of freedom has progressed dramatically in the past 20 years, from inclusive charge distributions to exclusive isotopically resolved fragmentobservables and from schematic phenomenological break-up models to sophisticated quantum many-body transport theories. A coherent and quantitative understanding of reaction mechanisms and of the underlying nuclear matter equation ofstate is emerging from the analysis of experimental da ta and from the theoretical modeling of heavy ion reactions. In addition, the accumulated evidence for phenomena related to the liquid-gas phase transition of nuclear matter hastriggered interdisciplinary activities and the transfer of useful methods. In the near future, the availability of radioactive beam facilities is expected to provide unique opportunities for extending our knowledge of the dynamicproperties and the nuclear phase diagram towards exotic nuclear systems with important astrophysical imp lications. The present volume is the outcome of a community-wide review of the field of dynamics and thermodynamics with nucleardegrees of freedom which has been initiated two years ago. The achievements and the outstanding open questions are presented in 26 articles of together 61 authors and collected in six topical sections. All authors are internationallyrecognized experts in their fields
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Contents:Introduction
Transport Properties
Decay Properties
Isospin Properties
Signals of Phase Transition
Challenges and Perspectives
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Keywords: Weights and measures , Nuclear physics
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Title:Ion Implantation and Synthesis of Materials [electronic resource]
Author(s): Michael Nastasi
James W Mayer
Date:2006
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Ion implantation is one of the key processing steps in silicon integrated circuit technology. Some integrated circuits require up to 17 implantation steps and circuits are seldom processed with less than 10 implantation steps.Controlled doping at con trolled depths is an essential feature of implantation. Ion beam processing can also be used to improve corrosion resistance, to harden surfaces, to reduce wear and, in general, to improve materials properties.This book presents the physics and materials science of ion implantation and ion beam modification of materials. It covers ion-solid interactions used to predict ion ranges, ion straggling and lattice disorder. Also treated areshallow-junction formation and slicing silicon with hydrogen ion beams. T opics important for materials modification, such as ion-beam mixing, stresses, and sputtering, are also described
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Contents:General Features and Fundamental Concepts
Particle Interactions
Dynamics of Binary Elastic Collisions
Cross
Section
Ion Stopping
Ion Range and Range Distribution
Displacements and Radiation Damage
Channeling
Doping, Diffusion and Defects in Ion
Implanted Si
Crystallization and Regrowth of Amorphous Si
Si Slicing and Layer Transfer: Ion
Cut
Surface Erosion During Implantation: Sputtering
Ion
Induced Atomic Intermixing at the Interface: Ion Beam Mixing
Application of Ion Implantation Techniques in CMOS Fabrication
Ion implantation in CMOS Technology: Mac
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Keywords: Chemistry, Physical organic , Particle acceleration , Optical materials , Surfaces (Physics)
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Title:High-Energy Polarized Proton Beams [electronic resource] : A Modern View
Author(s): Georg Heinz Hoffstaetter
Date:2006
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:This monograph begins with a review of the basic equations of spin motion in particle accelerators. It then reviews how polarized protons can be accelerated to several tens of GeV using as examples the preaccelerators of HERA, a6.3 km long cyclic acc elerator at DESY / Hamburg. Such techniques have already been used at the AGS of BNL / New York, to accelerate polarized protons to 25 GeV. But for acceleration to energies of several hundred GeV as in RHIC,TEVATRON, HERA, LHC, or a VLHC, new problems can occur which can lead to a significantly diminished beam polarization. For these high energies, it is necessary to look in more detail at the spin motion, and for that the invariant spinfield has proved to be a useful tool. This is already widely used for the description of high-energy electron beams that become polarized by the emission of spin-flip synchrotron radiation. It is shown that this field gives rise to anadiabatic invariant of spin-orbit motion and that it defines the maximum time average pola rization available to a particle physics experiment. These concepts make it possible to optimize a high-energy accelerator for storing highlypolarized beams. The utility of the invariant spin field is illustrated by simulations of spin motion in HERA and in other high-energy accelerators. Various methods for computing the invariant spin field, the adiabatic spin invariant,and the amplitude dependent spin tune are presented. Moreover, several high-energy spin-orbit dynamical effects will be discussed which go beyond conventional models of spin dynamics and were observed in simulations with these novelmethods. The book is suitable for researchers of the field and for introducing students to this field of research
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Contents:Introduction
Spin Dynamics: The Equation of Spin Motion. Spin Motion in Circular Accelerators
First
Order Spin Motion: Linearized Spin
Option Motion. First
Order Resonance Spectrum. Optimal Choices of Siberian Snakes
Higher
Order Spin Motion: Higher
Order Resonances and Snake Schemes. Obtaining N(Z) by Stroboscopic Averaging. Obtaining N(Z) by Anti
Damping
Polarized Beams in Other Very
High
Energy Proton Accelerators: The Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC). TEVATRON.LHC
Index
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Keywords: Nuclear physics , Particle acceleration
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Title:The Physics of Multiply and Highly Charged Ions Volume 2: Interactions with Matter
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (400 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-017-0544-8
Contents:I Interactions with Surfaces and Clusters -- 1 Inelastic Interaction of Slow Ions with Clean Solid Surfaces -- 2 Interaction of Slow Highly Charged Ions with Surfaces -- 3 Interaction of Hollow Atoms with Surfaces -- 4 Interactions of
Highly Charged Ions with C60 and Surfaces -- II Interactions with Gaseous Targets -- 5 Photon Emission Spectroscopy of Electron Capture and Excitation -- 6 Low Energy Electron Capture Measurements using Merged Beams -- 7 Application of
The Beam Guide Technique to Low Energy Collision Experiments -- 8 Theoretical Description of Low Energy Collisions -- 9 Quantum Dynamics of Ion-Atom Collisions -- 10 State-selective Electron Capture by Translational Energy Spectrometry
-- 11 Ionization and Excitation of Atomic Li by Fast Ions -- 12 Ion—Ion Collisions
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Atoms , Materials , Thin films , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films
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Title:Atomic Physics at Accelerators: Stored Particles and Fundamental Physics Proceedings of the APAC 2001, held in Aarhus, Denmark, 8–13 September 2001
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (351 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-007-0946-1
Contents:1. Ion-electron recombination -- Recombination Measurements at Ion Storage Rings -- Enhancement of Low-Energy Electron Ion Recombination in a Magnetic Field -- Recombination Enhancement in Electron Coolers -- Enhancement of
Dielectronic Recombination by External Electromagnetic Fields -- Radiative Electron Capture into the K- and L-Shell of H-, He-, and Li-Like Uranium Ions at Relativistic Energies -- Polarization of the Lyman-?1 Line Following the
Radiative Recombination of Bare, High-Z Ions -- Dielectronic Recombination of Very Heavy Lithiumlike Ions -- 2. Fundamental constants, interactions and symmetries -- Measurement of the g Factor of the Bound Electron in Hydrogen-like
Oxygen 16O7+ -- Mass of the Electron from the Electronic g Factor in Hydrogenlike Carbon — the Influence of Other Fundamental Parameters -- Towards a Measurement of the n = 2 Lamb Shift in Hydrogen-like Nitrogen Using an Electron Beam
Ion Trap -- Vacuum- Polarization Corrections to Parity-Nonconserving Effects in Atomic Systems -- Toward a New Test of the Relativistic Time Dilation Factor by Laser Spectroscopy of Fast Ions in a Storage Ring -- The Weak Interaction
Studied with Trapped Ions and Atoms -- The Legnaro Francium Magneto-Optical Trap -- WITCH: A Penning Trap Retardation Spectrometer Combination for Precision Studies of the Weak Interaction -- 3. Spectra and lifetimes of highly charged
ions -- Structure and Dynamics of High-Z Ions Studied at the ESR Storage Ring -- Fast-Beam Laser Spectroscopy of Helium-like Silicon -- Physics with Highly-Charged Ions in an EBIT -- Systematic Calculations of Total Atomic Binding
Energies -- Relativistic Transition Energies and Radiative Transition Rates for Forbidden Transitions in the Is2 2s2 2p4 Atomic Configuration for 20 ? Z ? 30 -- Correlation and Relativistic Effects on Landé gJ Factors of Atomic Ions --
Magnetic Sublevel Population Studied for H- and He-like Uranium in Relativistic Ion-Atom Collisions -- Lifetime Measurement of the Metastable 23P0 State in Helium-like 197Au -- Nuclear and Electron Polarization Contributions to the HFS
of Hydrogen- and Lithium-like Ions -- 4. Atomic lifetimes and spectra -- Studies of Lifetimes in an Ion Storage Ring Using Laser Technique -- Strong Relaxation and Correlation Effects on the 2p53s-2p6 Spectrum of Neutral Neon -- 5.
Ionization, fragmentation and electron capture -- Threshold Laws for Four-Particle Fragmentation: Mass Effects -- Subshell Resolved Measurements of Single Electron Capture in Slow Ne7+-Helium Collisions -- 6. Cooling of beams in traps
and storage rings -- Vertical Blow-up in a Low-Current, Stored, Laser-Cooled Ion Beam -- Laser- Cooled Ions and Atoms in a Storage Ring -- Electron Cooling of Positrons in LEPTA -- Stability of Crystalline Ion Beams -- Observations of
Ordered Beams in CRYRING -- Cold Electrons from Cryogenic GaAs Photocathodes: Energetic and Angular Distributions -- Study of Cooling and Storage Properties of a Gas-Filled Linear Paul Trap Coupled to a Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer
for Mass Measurements of Exotic Nuclei -- 7. New developments in charged particle traps and storage rings -- New Magnetic Storage Rings -- Research with Trapped keV Ion Beams -- First Results of Ion Trapping in the Dresden EBIT II --
SHIPTRAP is Trapping: A Capture and Storage Device on Its Way towards a RIB- Facility -- Design Studies of an Electrostatic Storage Ring -- First Tests of a Linear Radiofrequency Quadrupole for the Cooling and Bunching of Radioactive
Light Ions -- 8. Investigations relevant for Astrophysics -- Molecular Physics in Storage Rings: From Laboratory to Space -- Astrophysically Motivated, Forbidden-Line Lifetime Measurements on Iron Ions (Fe9+-Fe12+) Using a Heavy-Ion
Storage Ring -- 9. Clusters, biomolecules, aerosols and nanoparticles -- Laser Investigations of Stored Metal Cluster Ions -- Studies of Clusters and Biomolecules ín ELIS A -- Molecular Ions and Nanoparticles in RF and AC Traps --
Carbon Cluster Ions For a Study of the Accuracy of ISOLTRAP -- 10. Atomic physics with antiparticles -- Atomic Spectroscopy and Collisions Using Slow Antiprotons — the ASACUSA Experiment at CERN-AD -- Practical Uses of Antiprotons --
Energy Levels of Hydrogenlike Kaonic Atoms -- High-Precision Calculation of the Fine and Hyperfine Structure Splittings of Antiprotonic Helium-3,4 Atoms -- Time-Dependent Coupled-Channel Calculations of the Annihilation Rate in
Positron-Hydrogen Collisions -- Measurement of the Strong Interaction Shift and Width of the Ground State of Pionic Hydrogen -- Author Index
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Keywords: Physics , Inorganic chemistry , Atoms , Atomic structure , Molecular structure , Spectra , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Atomic/Molecular Structure and Spectra , Inorganic Chemistry
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Title:Trends in Nonlinear Analysis
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (419 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-05281-5
Contents:1 Interview with Willi Jäger -- 2 Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Reaction-Diffusion Patterns -- 3 Some Nonclassical Trends in Parabolic and Parabolic-like Evolutions -- 4 Mathematical Aspects of Design of Beam Shaping Surfaces in
Geometrical Optics -- 5 Recent Developments in Multiscale Problems Coming from Fluid Mechanics -- 6 From Molecular Dynamics to Conformation Dynamics in Drug Design -- 7 A Posteriori Error Estimates and Adaptive Methods for Hyperbolic
and Convection Dominated Parabolic Conservation Laws -- 8 On Anisotropic Geometric Diffusion in 3D Image Processing and Image Sequence Analysis -- 9 Population Dynamics: A Mathematical Bird’s Eye View -- 10 Did Something Change?
Thresholds in Population Models -- 11 Multiscale Modeling of Materials — the Role of Analysis -- Appendix. Color Plates
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Keywords: Mathematics , Life sciences , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Computer mathematics , Mathematical models , Physics , Mathematics , Analysis , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Computational Science and Engineering , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Life Sciences, general , Environmental Monitoring/Analysis
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Title:Particle Accelerator Physics I Basic Principles and Linear Beam Dynamics II Nonlinear and Higher-Order Beam Dynamics
Author(s): Helmut Wiedemann
Date:2003
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (921 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-05034-7
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. Linear Accelerators -- 3. Circular Accelerators -- 4. Charged Particles in Electromagnetic Fields -- 5. Linear Beam Dynamics -- 6. Periodic Focusing Systems -- 7. Perturbations in Beam Dynamics -- 8. Charged
Particle Acceleration -- 9. Synchrotron Radiation -- 10. Particle Beam Parameters -- 11. Beam Life Time -- 12. Collective Phenomena -- 13. Beam Emittance and Lattice Design -- 1. Hamiltonian Formulation of Beam Dynamics -- 2. General
Electromagnetic Fields -- 3. Dynamics of Coupled Motion -- 4. Higher-Order Perturbations -- 5. Hamiltonian Nonlinear Beam Dynamics -- 6. Charged Particle Acceleration -- 7. Synchrotron Radiation -- 8. Hamiltonian Many-Particle Systems
-- 9. Particle Beam Parameters -- 10. Collective Phenomena -- 11. Insertion Device Radiation -- Appendices -- A. Suggested Reading -- B. Bibliography -- References -- Author Index -- References -- Suggested Reading -- Author Index
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Keywords: Physics , Particle acceleration , Physical measurements , Measurement , Physics , Particle Acceleration and Detection, Beam Physics , Measurement Science and Instrumentation
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Title:Dissociative Recombination of Molecular Ions with Electrons
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (473 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-0083-4
Contents:Dissociative Recombination Mechanisms -- Microwave Afterglows -- Dissociative Recombination of Electrons and Ions: The Early Experiments -- Optical Spectroscopy of Recombining Ions in Flowing Afterglow Plasmas -- Technique for
Distinguishing and Determining the Origin of Photon Emissions from He+/Ar+ Plasmas -- Reactions of Electrons with Hydrocarbon Cations: From Linear Alkanes to Aromatic Species -- Dissociative Recombination of Xe2+ and XeH+ --
Dissociative Recombination of Protonated Dimer Ions -- Storage Rings -- An Electrostatic Storage Ring for Studying Electron-Ion Collisions at KEK -- Studies of Dissociative Recombination in CRYRING -- Recent Studies of Three-Body
Fragmentation Dynamics via Dissociative Recombination in CRYRING -- Dissociative Recombination of Vibrational Excited Levels in Oxygen Molecular Ions -- Studies of Electron Collisions with CN+, CN? and HCN+/HNC+ -- Electron Induced
Vibrational Deexcitation of the Molecular Ions H2+ and D2+ -- General Theory -- Wave Packet Studies of Dissociative Recombination -- Stark Mixing in Rydberg Systems by Ultralow Energy Collisions with Ions -- Analytical Treatment of the
K Matrix Integral Equation in the Dynamics of Superexcited Molecules -- Extension of the Quantum Defect Theory and Its Application to Electron and Molecular Ion Collisions -- The Dissociative Recombination of N2+ -- Dissociative
Recombination of Slow Electrons and Molecular Oxygen Ions in a Strong Laser Field -- Dissociative Recombination of c-C3 H3+ -- H3+ Theory and Experiment* -- Help!!! Theory for H3+ Recombination Badly Needed -- Importance of Jahn-Teller
Coupling in the Dissociative Recombination of H 3+ by Low Energy Electrons -- A Model for Calculating Branching Ratios in H3+ Dissociative Recombination -- Quantum Dynamical Study of H3+ Recombination -- Recombination of H3+ and D3+
with Electrons -- Breakup Dynamics in H3+ and D3+ Dissociative Recombination -- Coupling of Bound States to Continuum States in Neutral Triatomic Hydrogen -- Ionization -- Rotationally Resolved Photoelectron Spectra from Vibrationally
Autoionizing Rydberg States of NO -- Predissociation versus Autoionization for High Rydberg States of H2 -- Vibrational Autoionization In Polyatomic Molecules -- State-Selected Associative Ionisation as a Probe of the Molecular
Dissociative Channels -- Ultracold Molecules: Formation, Detection -- Merged Beam Studies of Associative Ionization -- Astrophysical and Ionospheric Applications -- Dissociative Recombination in Interstellar Clouds -- Enigma of H3+ in
Diffuse Interstellar Clouds -- Dissociative Recombination and Deuterium Fractionation in Interstellar Clouds -- Dissociative Recombination in Cometary Ionospheres -- Absolute Total State-Selected Cross Sections for Ion-Molecule
Reactions of Importance in Planetary Ionospheres -- Attachment and Detachment -- Calculation of Electron Affinities -- Dissociative Electron Attachment in Gas and Condensed Phases -- Electron Collisions with C4? : Detachment Process
and Resonant Structure -- Dissociative Electron Attachment at Low Temperature to Clusters -- Large Enhancements in Dissociative Electron Attachment to Chlorine Containing Molecules Adsorbed on H2O Ice
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Title:Coherence and Quantum Optics VIII Proceedings of the Eighth Rochester Conference on Coherence and Quantum Optics, held at the University of Rochester, June 13–16, 2001
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (710 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4419-8907-9
Contents:The Early Days of Quantum Optics in France -- Early History of Bell’s Theorem -- Cavity QED with Strong Coupling — Toward the Deterministic Control of Quantum Dynamics -- Fast and Slow Light -- Controlling Quantum Rotation with Light
-- Retrodictive Quantum Optics -- Spontaneous Intrinsic Decoherence in Two and Three Slits Young Interference Experiments -- All Optical Formation of a Bose Einstein Condensate -- Faster-than-Light Propagations and Their Applications
-- Beyond Diffraction Limit in Optical Lithography via Quantum Entanglement -- “Stopping” of Light and Quantum Memories for Photons -- Quantum Aspects of Imaging -- Polarization Dynamics of a Two-Photon Laser -- Atomic Clocks and Cold
Atom Scattering -- Manipulating Entanglement with Atoms and Photons in a Box -- Taming Light with Cold Atoms: Light at Bicycle Speed … and Slower Yet! -- Dark Resonances in Solids for Quantum Computing and Slow Light -- Quantum Dot
Single Photon Source -- Coherenceand Collective Behavior in Bose-Einstein Condensates -- Sub-Diffraction-Limited Resolution with Squeezed Light -- Fiber Generated Quantum Correlations for Quantum-Optical Communications -- JC Photons in
Frequency Continua: Exact Solution and Quantum Features -- A Bose Einstein Condensate of Metastable Helium Atoms -- Quantum Interferometry with Fiber Solitons — A direct Experimental Test of Non-Separability -- Nonlinear Atom Optics:
Bosons vs Fermions -- Instability, Area Quantization, and Area Gaps in Cavity-Accelerated Superradiant Atom-Cavity Systems -- Multitime Coherent Spectroscopies of Complex Molecules: From Infrared to X-Ray -- Wave-Particle Correlations
of Non-Classical Light -- Real-Time Control of Atomic Motion Using Feedback -- Single Atomsand Single Photons in Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics -- Nontrivial Analogies Between Quantum Optics and Bose-Einstein Condensation --
Hyperentanglement in Parametric Down-Conversion -- Coherencein an Optically Trapped Fermi Gas -- Generation of Photon Number States by Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics -- Superluminal Light Pulse Propagation at a Negative Group Velocity
-- Decoherence of Trapped-Atom Motional State Superpositions -- Recent Advances in Teleportation of Entanglement and in Fullerene Interference -- Nonclassical, Two-Photon Interferometry and Lithography with High-Gain Optical Parametric
Amplifiers -- Simultaneous Quantum State Measurement Using Array Detection -- Quantum Positioning System -- High-Frequency, Time-Domain, Optical Homodyne Tomography -- Coherent Control of Atoms in an Optical Lattice -- Photoionization
of Bose-Einstein Condensates -- Quantum Noise in Coupled Atomic and Molecular Bose-Einstein Condensates -- Cavity-QED with a Single Ion -- Superradiance in Photonic Crystals -- Temporal and Spatial Coherence Properties of Nonstationary
Polychromatic Light Sourcesin One-Dimensional Photonic Band-Gap Structures -- Effectof measurements of Collective Observables on a Single Atom -- Experimental Demonstration of Wave Chaos in a Conventional Optical Resonator -- Bell
State Preparation Using Pulsed Non-Degenerate Two-Photon Entanglement -- Efficient collection of Polarization-Entangled Photons on Type-II Parametric Down Conversion -- A Stochastic Map for Qubit Decoherence -- Fighting Decoherence
with Pointer Engineering -- Uncertainty Relations Associated with Correlations in Mixed Quantum States -- Observation of Gouy Scars in Optical Wave Chaos -- Adiabatic Wavepacket Propagation -- Squeezing Light in Linear Dispersive
Dielectrics -- Intensity-Field and Intensity-Intensity Correlations in a Strongly Coupled Cavity QED System -- Separation Approach for Jaynes-Cummings Model in Multi-Level Atom -- Ion Coulomb-Crystals: A Medium for Storage of Quantum
States of Light? -- Chaotic Walking of a Cold Atom in an Ideal Cavity -- Feedback with Conditional Measurements in Cavity QED -- Effects of Decoherence on Entangled Atomic Wave Functions in Microcavities -- Fiber Generated Quantum
Correlations for Quantum-Optical Communications -- Bloch-Siegert Oscillation for Detection and Quantum Teleportation of the Phase of an Oscillating Field -- Two-Photon Diffraction and Quantum Lithography -- Suppressing Decoherence and
Heating with Quantum “Bang-Bang” Controls -- Entanglement Disentangled by Spacetime Vortices -- Atomic Inversion for an Atom Coupledto a Squeezed Vacuum in a Coherently Driven Cavity -- Quantization of the Field in Dielectrics --
Quantum Optical Effects Across a Metallic Film -- Coupled Interferometer Scheme for Generating Maximally Entangled Photonic States -- Enhanced Second-Harmonic Generation Due to a Local-Field Effect -- Nonclassical Behaviours of Optical
Field in Photoncs Band Gaps Structures -- The Photon Modeland Non-Hermitean Modes -- Induced Coherence without Induced Emission in Parametric Down-Conversion -- Correlation Functions, Measurement Operators, and Conditioned Atomic
States in Resonance Fluorescence with Spectral Resolution -- Quantum Algebras for Quantum Optics -- A Delayed-Choice Quantum Eraser Experiment -- Delayed Single-Photon Self-Interference — A Double Slit Experiment in the Time Domain --
Retrodiction with Two-Level Atoms: Atomic Previvals and Micromaser Field Measurements -- Measurements of the Geometric Phase of First-Order Optical Gaussian Beams -- Fresnel Diffraction of Circular Apertures Illuminated with
Partially-Coherent Light: Cross Spectral Density Propagation -- Radiation Forces Produced by Non-Paraxial Beam Trapping -- Measurement of the Polarization-Induced Asymmetry in Focal Spots -- Partially Coherent Imaging Through
Turbulence with an All-Optical Adaptive-Optics System -- Interrelation Between Spatial and Temporal Reciprocity Inequalities of Partially-Coherent Beams -- Ultra-Sensitive Autocorrelation of 1.5 ?um Light with a Photon-Counting Silicon
Avalanche Photodiode -- A New Phase Space Product for Light Beams of Any State of Coherence -- Spectral Changes in Focused Partially Coherent Wave Fields -- Nonachromaticity and Reversals of Topological Phase as a Function of
Wavelength -- The Law of Conservation of Radiance is a Consequence of the Partial Coherence of the Optical Field -- Application of Modal Theory of Coherence for Nonstationary Partially Coherent Optical Fields -- Photonic
Electro-Magnetic Resonance -- Partially Coherent Volume Diffraction -- Inverse Diffractive Optics: Asymptotic Technique for Light of Any State of Coherence -- Demonstration of a Coherent Thermal Source -- Image Reconstruction in Scalar
Wave Optics -- High Depth of Field Microscopy with an Interferometric Imaging System -- On the Nonlinear Orbital Motion of the Driven Two-Photon Jaynes-Cummings Model -- Jaynes-Cummings Model with Moving Phased Atoms -- Dynamics of Two
Atoms Coupled to a Cavity Field -- Pattern Formation, Localization and Coherent Structures in Nonlinear Wave Dynamics -- Stochastic Simulations and Discreteness of Light -- From the Ordinary Threshold Regime to Ideal Thresholdless
Lasing -- Criticality and Dynamics of Quantum Fluctuations in an OPO -- Quantum Deflection of Ultracold Atoms by Ideal Mirrors -- Spontaneous Emission Near Metal-Coated Dielectric Cylindrical Structures -- Time-Frequency Wigner
Function of Ultrashort Light Pulses -- Rotation Angle of the Wigner Distribution Function of the Partially Coherent Fractional Fourier Field -- Quasiclassical Calculations of Wigner Functions in Nonlinear Dynamics via Wavelets --
Quantum Correlations in a Passive Nonlinear Optical Fiber Resonator -- Time Asymmetry in Measurements Based on Photoelectric Detection -- Photon Correlations in the Homodyne Detection of Squeezed Light -- Rigorous Analysis of Homodyne
Detection -- Joint Quantum Measurement Using Unbalanced Array Detection -- A New View of Bell’s Inequalities -- An Experiment for Testing de Broglie-Bohm Theory Against Standard Quantum Mechanics -- Bell’s Inequalities for Multiphoton
States -- Testing Bell Inequalities in Photonic Crystals -- On the Detection of Single Mode Quantum Coherence at Optical Frequencies -- Soliton Interaction Control in Coherently Excited Three-Level System Embedded in a Nonlinear
Waveguide -- Nonexponential Decoherence of Coherent State Superposition in Degenerate Optical Parametric Amplifier -- Decoherence Control by Homodyne-Mediated Feedback -- QuantumControl of Population Inversion in the Presence of
Spontaneous Emission -- Decoherenceof a Trapped Ion: The Combined Effect of the Micromotion and the Stray Fields on the Fidelity of Motional States -- Coherent Control of the Excitation Routes in Four-Wave Mixing with Rdyberg Levels --
Cold Collision Control in Cavity QED -- Wave Packet Control in the Fourier Time Basis -- VacuumNoise in Presence of Atoms -- Quantum Interference Effect in Molecular Systems -- Lighting a Dark State by Shaping of Light-Induced
Potentials -- Dynamical Creation of Entanglement by Feedback -- State-Selective Phase Control of Molecular Wave Packets in Two Electronic States -- Quasimodes and Pseudomodes in Structured Reservoirs -- Pulse Generationin Vibrating
Cavities -- New Ultra-Bright Source of Entangled Photons -- Source of Photon-Number-Squeezed Light with Adjustable Level of Squeezing -- High-Visibility Two-Photon Interference in Femtosecond Pulse Pumped Type-II SPDC -- Four Photon
Entanglement from Parametric Down Conversion -- Observation of Time-Dependent Inhibited Spontaneous Emission -- Conditional Coherence via Phase-Sensitive Post-Selection -- Quantum Descriptions of Light Propagation in a Parametric
Amplifier -- Higher Order Photon Statistics of Intracavity Second Harmonic Generation -- Observation of Nonclassical Photon Statistics in Two-Photon Interference -- Demonstration of the Complementarity on One- and Two-Photon
Interference -- The Role of Hyperentanglement in Quantum Interferometry -- Eliminating Frequency and Space-Time Entanglement in Multi-Photon States -- OPO in Transverse Degenerate Cavities: Multimode Operation and Spatial Quantum E
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Call number:SPRINGER-2002-9783662082638:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Laser Techniques for Fluid Mechanics Selected Papers from the 10th International Symposium Lisbon, Portugal July 10–13, 2000
Author(s): R. J Adrian
Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (566 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-08263-8
Contents:I. Velocity -- I. 1. Light-in-Flight holography with switched reference beams for cross-correlation in deep volume PIV -- I. 2. 3D-PTV experiments of anomalous, steady transport of a conservative tracer in porous media -- I. 3.
Investigation of the spatio-temporal flow structure in the log-law region of a turbulentboundary layer by means of multi-plane stereo particle image velocimetry -- I. 4. 3-Component Doppler laser-two-focus velocimetry applied to a
transonic centrifugal compressor -- I. 5. Two-point chirp laser Doppler velocimeter using a powerful fibre-coupled green Nd:YAG ring laser -- I. 6. Maximum likelihood approaches for sound field measurement using LDV -- II. Scalar -- H.
1. Experimental investigation of heat transfer phenomena during direct contact condensation in the presence of non condensable gas by means of linear raman spectroscopy -- II. 2. On the accuracy of scalar dissipation measurements by
laser Rayleigh scatering -- 11. 3. Demonstration of the applicability of a Background Oriented Schlieren (BOS) method -- II. 4. Transient temperature measurement of unburned gas using optic heterodyne interferometry -- III. Multi-Phase
-- III. 1. Generic formulation of a generalized Lorenz-Mie theory for pulsed laser illumination -- III. 2. Measurement and prediction of the gaussian beam effect in the phase Doppler technique -- 11I. 3. Measurements of spray flow by
an Improved Interferometer Laser Imaging Droplet Sizing (ILIDS) system -- 11I. 4. Two-dimensional imaging of sizes and number densities of nanoscaled particles -- 11I. 5. Simultaneous measurement of velocity and particle size profiles
with the reference beam technique -- 11I. 6. Instantaneous whole field measurement of velocity and size of air microbubbles in two-phase flows using DDPIV -- 11I. 7. Liquid PIV measurements around a single gas slug rising through
stagnant liquid in vertical pipes -- 11I. 8. PIV applied to landslide generated impulse waves -- IV. Turbulent Flows -- IV. 1. Behaviour of trailing vortices in the vicinity of the ground -- IV. 2. Investigation of the mixing process
in an axisymmetric turbulent jet using PIV and LIP -- IV. 3. LDA- measurements of jets in crossflow for effusion cooling applications -- W. 4. Characterisation of confinement and impingement effects on the near field of axisymmetric
jets -- IV. 5. PIV measurements in a co-flowing jets subjected to axial forcing: vorticity and strain field structure -- IV. 6. Laser-optical observation of chaotic mixing structure in a stirred vessel -- IV. 7. Stereoscopic PIV
measurement of a lobed jet mixing flow -- IV. 8. Point and planar LIF for velocity-concentration correlations in a jet in cross flow -- IV. 9. Structure of wall-eddies at Re? ? 106 -- V. Combustion and Engines -- V. 1. Computer
tomography of infra-red absorption and its application to internal-combustion engines -- V. 2. A sensor for measuring CO2 gas temperature and concentration u sing 2?tm DFB semiconductor laser -- V. 3. Measurement of instantaneous 2-D
velocity field and local chemiluminescence in a premixed-spray flame by PIV and MICRO system -- V. 4. Phase discrimination inside a spray: LDV measurements using fluorescent seeding particles (FLDV) -- V. 5. Effect of strain rate on
NOx reduction in an opposed impinging jet flame combustor -- V. 6. Fluid image velocimetry of the flow in the recirculation zone of a bluff body stabilized and controlled burner -- Author Index
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Keywords: Physics , Continuum physics , Lasers , Photonics , Physical measurements , Measurement , Thermodynamics , Heat engineering , Heat transfer , Mass transfer , Fluid mechanics , Physics , Laser Technology, Photonics , Classical Continuum Physics , Engineering Fluid Dynamics , Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer , Measurement Science and Instrumentation
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Title:The Hybrid Multiscale Simulation Technology An Introduction with Application to Astrophysical and Laboratory Plasmas
Author(s): Alexander S Lipatov
Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (403 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-05012-5
Contents:1 Physical Systems and Computational Models -- 2 Particle-Mesh Models -- 3 Time Integration of the Particle Motion Equations -- 4 Density and Current Assignment Force Interpolation Conservation Laws -- 5 Time Integration of the Field
and Electron Pressure Equations -- 6 General Loops for Hybrid Codes Multiscale Methods -- 7 Particle Loading and Injection Boundary Conditions -- 8 Collisionless Shock Simulation -- 9 Tangential Discontinuity Simulation -- 10 Magnetic
Field Reconnection Simulation -- 11 Beam Dynamics Simulation -- 12 Interaction of the Solar Wind with Astrophysical Objects -- 13 Appendix -- 14 Solutions -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Computer mathematics , Space sciences , Atoms , Matter , Plasma (Ionized gases) , Physics , Extraterrestrial Physics, Space Sciences , Numerical and Computational Physics , Atoms and Molecules in Strong Fields, Laser Matter Interaction , Plasma Physics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis
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Title:Current Developments in Atomic, Molecular, and Chemical Physics with Applications
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (291 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-0115-2
Contents:I-Processes in Laser Fields -- 1. Generation of Photon Number States on Demand -- 2. Polarization-Dependent Spectra in the Photoassociative Ionisation of Cold Atoms in a Bright Sodium Beam -- 3. Dynamic Imaging of Molecular Motion
with Ultrashort Intense Laser Pulses -- 4. Fractal Singularities and the Rate of Multiphoton Dissociation -- 5. Multiphoton Processes in Laser Field -- 6. Femtosecond Ionization of CH3-CN-NaI and CH3-CN-CsI -- 7. Study of
Intramolecular Dynamics of Highly Energised Small Molecules Using Laser Spectroscopic Techniques -- 8. Quantum Dynamics of Polyatomic Molecules -- 9. Study of Excited State Dynamics to Improve the Optical Limiting Performance of Tetra
Tolyl Porphyrins -- II- Chemical Physics -- 10. Nonadiabatic Transitions and Chemical Dynamics -- 11. Quantum Theory of Molecular Reactions and Photodissociation -- 12. Recent Applications of the Quantum Trajectory Method -- 13. Theory
and Control of Photo-Excited Polyatomic Reactions -- 14. Quantum-Dressed Classical Mechanics -- 15. Reactive Scattering Resonances in (He,H2+) Collisions -- 16. Quantum Molecular Dynamics on the Conically Intersecting Potential Energy
Surfaces: Nonadiabatic Effects and Ultrafast Relaxation -- 17. Van Der Waals Interaction Probed by Solvatochromic Shifts -- 18. Role of Electronic Structure of Ruthenium Polypyridyl Dyes in the Photoconversion Efficiency of Dye -
Sensitized Solar Cells: A Semi-Empirical Investigation -- III- Collision Processes -- 19. UV Spectroscopy by Electron Impact for Planetary Astronomy and Astrophysics -- 20. Electron Impact of Astrophysically Important Neutral Atoms --
21. Ionization and Fragmentation of Fullerene Ions by Electron Impact -- 22. Electron Impact Ionisation Cross-Sections of the Transition Metals -- 23. Multiple Ionisation of Atoms -- 24. Longitudinal Spin Asymmetry in (e, 2e) Processes
on Atoms by Relativistic Electrons -- 25. Correlations in Some Two Electron Transition Processes -- 26. Electron Excitation of the D States of Atoms -- 27. Relativistic Dynamical Effects in Atomic Photoabsorption -- 28. Vibrational
Excitation of Polyatomic Molecules by Electron- and Positron-Collisions -- 29. Electron Attachment to Molecules of Practical Applications -- 30. Electron Impact Cross Sections with O Atoms 02 And 03 Molecules - A Theoretical Survey --
31. Study of X-Ray and High Energy Electron Scattering Intensities of Molecules Using a Density Functional Theory -- 32. Electron-Positronium Scattering and Doubly Excited Autodetaching States of the Positronium Negative Ion -- IV - A
Tomic Structure and Applications -- 33. Recent Progress in Radiative Transition Probability Determination in Lanthanide Ions -- 34. Concentrations of Atmospheric Greenhouse Gases, Aerosols and their Comparison with COSMIC -- 35.
Channeling Radiation in Strained Layer Super Lattices - A Quantum Mechanical Calculation -- 36. C III Emission Lines in Ionizing and Recombining Plasmas -- 37. X-Ray Emission from Laser Produced Plasmas -- 38. Atomic Spectroscopy of
Fusion Plasmas
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Keywords: Physics , Atoms , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Title:Integral Methods in Science and Engineering
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (264 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-0111-3
Contents:Content -- 1 Use of Elastodynamic Reciprocity Theorems for Field Calculations -- 2 Linear Solvers for the Galerkin Boundary Element Method -- 3 Reciprocity of Hopf ’s and Feautrier’s Operators in Radiation Transport Theory -- 4
Spectral Approximation of Weakly Singular Integrable Kernels Using Projections -- 5 Effect of Imperfect Interface on Thermal Inclusion with an Interior Radial Crack -- 6 An Integrodifferential Equation of Atomic Diffusion -- 7
Nonradiating Dislocations in Uniform Supersonic Motion in Anisotropic Linear Elastic Solids -- 8 On the Use of the Conjugate Gradient Method for the Numerical Solution of First-Kind Integral Equations in Two Variables -- 9 On the
Stopping Criteria for Conjugate Gradient Solutions of First-Kind Integral Equations in Two Variables -- 10 An Initial-Boundary Value Problem for Thermoelastic Plates -- 11 A Global Existence Result for Functional Differential Equations
with Causal Operators -- 12 Direct Stiffness-Modification Route to Linear Consistency Between Incompatible Finite Element Meshes -- 13 Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis of a Curved Beam Structure Using a Finite Element Method -- 14 Seminal
Ideas in Integral Methods -- 15 Mixed Boundary Value Problem with Two Displacement Boundaries for Thin Plate Bending -- 16 Use of Cross-Referencing for Solving the Parameter Choice Problem in Generalized CLS -- 17 Numerical Technique
for Solving an Ordinary Differential Equation by Picard’s Method -- 18 On a Class of Boundary Conditions Splitting Coupled Thermoelasticity Problems -- 19 Recent Mathematical Developments for Functionally Graded Linearly Elastic
Materials -- 20 Ground Vibration Dynamics During Pile Hammering -- 21 Connection Between Liquid Crystal Theory and Plate Theory -- 22 Product Integration Quadratures for the Radiative Transfer Problem with Hopf’s Kernel -- 23 A
Numerical Scheme for Determining Diffraction Coefficients in Anisotropic Materials -- 24 Effect of Imperfect Inclusion/Matrix Interaction Between a Circular Inclusion and a Radial Matrix Crack -- 25 Neutral Equations with Causal
Operators -- 26 Computation of Free-Surface Flows Under the Influence of Pressure Distribution -- 27 Solution of Eigenvalue Problems for Rectangular Plates by Differential Transformation -- 28 Free Vibrations of Structural Hyperbolic
Paraboloid Networks -- 29 Sharp Invertibility Results for Layer Potentials in 2D -- 30 An Enhanced Theory of Bending of Plates -- 31 Comparison of Zonal, Spectral Solutions for Compressible Boundary Layer and Navier—Stokes Equations --
32 Hybrid Laplace and Poisson Solvers I: Dirichlet Boundary Conditions -- 33 Estimation of Boundary Conditions from Different Experimental Data Using the LTSNMethod and Tikhonov Regularization -- 34 Analytical-Numerical Treatment of
the One-Phase Stefan Problem with Constant Applied Heat Flux -- 35 Integral Equations Arising in Boundary Value Problems at Resonance -- 36 Thermal Stress Analysis of an Elliptic Inclusion with Imperfect Interface Embedded in an
Infinite Elastic Medium -- 37 Three-Dimensional Elasticity Solutions for Anisotropic and Inhomogeneous Plates and Shells -- 38 A Circular Inclusion with Homogeneous Interface -- 39 Multiwavelets for Geometrically Complicated Domains
and Their Application to Boundary Element Methods -- 40 Mathematical Investigation of Contact Problems with Friction in Fracture Dynamics
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Keywords: Mathematics , Integral equations , Differential equations , Partial differential equations , Fluid mechanics , Mathematics , Ordinary Differential Equations , Integral Equations , Partial Differential Equations , Engineering Fluid Dynamics
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Title:Normal Modes and Localization in Nonlinear Systems
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Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (294 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-017-2452-4
Contents:Invariant Manifolds, Nonclassical Normal Modes, and Proper Orthogonal Modes in the Dynamics of the Flexible Spherical Pendulum -- Normal Vibrations in Near-Conservative Self-Excited and Viscoelastic Nonlinear Systems -- Nonlinear
Normal Modes in a System with Nonholonomic Constraints -- Nonlinear Normal Modes of a Parametrically Excited Cantilever Beam -- Normal Modes and Boundary Layers for a Slender Tensioned Beam on a Nonlinear Foundation -- The Description
of Localized Normal Modes in a Chain of Nonlinear Coupled Oscillators Using Complex Variables -- Spatially Localized Models of Extended Systems -- Mode Localization in Dynamics and Buckling of Linear Imperfect Continuous Structures --
Dynamics of Relative Phases: Generalised Multibreathers -- Nonlinear Modal Analysis of Structural Systems Using Multi-Mode Invariant Manifolds -- Localization in Nonlinear Mistuned Systems with Cyclic Symmetry -- Mode Localization
Induced by a Nonlinear Control Loop -- Transition of Energy to a Nonlinear Localized Mode in a Highly Asymmetric System of Two Oscillators -- Application of Nonlinear Normal Mode Analysis to the Nonlinear and Coupled Dynamics of a
Floating Offshore Platform with Damping -- Performance of Nonlinear Vibration Absorbers for Multi-Degrees-of-Freedom Systems Using Nonlinear Normal Modes
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Keywords: Physics , Differential equations , Partial differential equations , Mechanics , Vibration , Dynamical systems , Dynamics , Physics , Mechanics , Vibration, Dynamical Systems, Control , Ordinary Differential Equations , Partial Differential Equations
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Title:The Dynamic Sun Proceedings of the Summerschool and Workshop held at the Solar Observatory, Kanzelhöhe, Kärnten, Austria, August 30-September 10, 1999
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Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (319 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-0760-3
Contents:Invited Lectures -- Highlights from SOHO and Future Space Missions -- Solar Instrumentation -- Solar Activity Monitoring -- Space Weather and the Earth’s Climate -- Solar Magnetohydrodynamics -- The Navier-Stokes Equations and their
Solution: Convection and Oscillation Excitation -- Solar Polarimetry and Magnetic Field Measurements -- Contributed Papers -- High-Resolution Solar Imaging Using Blind Deconvolution -- The Trieste Solar Radio System: A Surveillance
Facility for the Solar Corona -- Deconvolutions and Power Spectra of Solar Granulation -- Computational Methods Concerning the Solar Granulation -- Solar Activity Monitoring and Flare Alerting at Kanzelhöhe Solar Observatory --
Analytical Modeling of Composed Cylindrical Magnetic Structures in the Corona -- Physical Conditions in Solar Coronal Holes on the Base of Non-LTE Calculations -- X-Ray Limb Flares with Plasma Ejections -- Coincidences between Magnetic
Oscillations and H? Bright Points -- Chromospheric Dynamics as can be Inferred from Sumer/SOHO Observations -- Formation of Coronal Shock Waves -- Onset of Metric and Kilometric Type II Bursts -- Observations of NOAA 8210 Using MOF and
DHC of Kanzelhöhe Solar Observatory -- On the Rigid Component in the Solar Rotation -- The Location of Solar Oscillations in the Photosphere -- High Resolution Observations of a Photospheric Light Bridge -- Phases of the 5-min
Photospheric Oscillations above Granules and Intergranular Lanes -- A Photometric and Magnetic Analysis of the Wilson Effect -- Modeling VIRGO Spectral and Bolometric Irradiances with MDI Data -- Generated Langmuir Wave Distribution of
an Electron Beam Group -- Magnetoacoustic Surface Waves at the Base of the Convection Zone -- Small-Scale Magnetic Elements in 2-D Nonstationary Magnetogranulation -- Multi-Mode Kink Instability as a Mechanism for ?-Spot Formation -- A
Numerical Method for Studies of 3D Coronal Field Structures -- Numerical Modeling of Transition Region Dynamics -- The Effect of Azimuthal Magnetic Field on the Magnetostatic Models of Sunspots -- Comparison of Local and Global Fractal
Dimension Determination Methods -- Author Index
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Keywords: Physics , Atmospheric sciences , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Physics , Astrophysics and Astroparticles , Atmospheric Sciences , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques
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Title:Magnetism and Synchrotron Radiation
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Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (388 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-44954-X
Contents:Lectures -- to Magnetism and Magnetic Materials -- Spectroscopy and Magnetism: An Introduction -- Instrumentation Developments for Polarization Dependent X-ray Spectroscopies -- Dichroism in X-ray Absorption -- A Photoemission Primer
-- Micromagnetics: Dynamical Aspects -- Magnetization Reversal of Nano-particles -- Molecular Magnetism: Design of High-TC Prussian Blue Molecule Based Magnets -- Spin-Resolved Circularly Polarised Resonant Photoemission: Cu2+ as a
Model System -- X-ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism at Low Temperature -- High-Pressure Magnetism and Magnetic Circular Dichroism -- Resonant Inelastic X-ray Scattering -- Some Nuclear Techniques in Experimental Magnetism: Mössbauer
Effect, Neutron Scattering and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance -- Linear and Non-linear Magneto-optical Effects: Magnetism of Thin Film Structures -- Topical Cases -- Relation Between X-ray Magnetic Linear Dichroism and Magnetocrystalline
Anisotropy -- Field Induced Magnetic Circular Dichroism in Paramagnetic Solids -- X-ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism in the Investigation of Magnetisation Dynamics in the Nanosecond Time Scale -- Magnetism in Nanoscale Fe Clusters
Studied by Dichroism in X-ray Absorption and Photoemission -- X-ray Spectromicroscopy and Applications to Magnetic Materials -- Magnetic Ordering and Resonance Process in Sm Epitaxial Films and Superlattices: An RXMS Study -- X-ray
Gyrotropy Related Spectroscopies: Natural Circular Dichroism and Non-reciprocal Linear Dichroism -- Synchrotron-Based Mössbauer Spectroscopy at Iron Islands and Clusters on Tungsten (110)
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Keywords: Physics , Particle acceleration , Solid state physics , Magnetism , Magnetic materials , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Physics , Magnetism, Magnetic Materials , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Particle Acceleration and Detection, Beam Physics
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Call number:SPRINGER-2000-9783662042137:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Atom, Molecule, and Cluster Beams I Basic Theory, Production and Detection of Thermal Energy Beams
Author(s): Hans Pauly
Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (344 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-04213-7
Contents:1. The Role of Molecular Beams in the 20th Century -- 1.1 Historical Development -- 1.2 Main Applications of Molecular Beams -- 1.3 Thermal Energy Molecular Beam Applications in other Fields -- 1.4 Fast Beam Applications -- 1.5
Examples of Molecular Beam Machines -- 2. Fundamentals of Kinetic Gas Theory -- 2.1 Ideal Gases in Thermodynamic Equilibrium -- 2.1.1 The Maxwellian Velocity Distribution -- 2.2 Quantum Statistics -- 2.3 Molecular Flow Through an Ideal
Aperture -- 2.4 Molecular Flow Through Channels -- 3. Fundamental Principles of Gas Dynamics -- 3.1 Some Fundamentals of Thermodynamics -- 3.2 Governing Equations of Steady Flow -- 3.3 One-Dimensional Flow -- 3.4 Two-Dimensional Flow
-- 3.5 Free-Jet Expansion -- 3.6 The Transition to Nonequilibrium Conditions -- 3.7 Internal Energy Relaxation -- 3.8 Binary Gas Mixtures -- 3.9 Condensation and Cluster Formation -- 4. Thermal Energy Molecular Beam Sources -- 4.1
Experimental Requirements -- 4.2 Gas Sources (4–600 K) -- 4.3 Ovens for Gases and Solids -- 4.4 Laser Ablation -- 4.5 Sputtering Sources -- 4.6 Recirculating Sources and Sources for Special Applications -- 4.7 Sources for Beams of
Radicals -- 4.8 Production of Metastable Particles -- 4.9 Rydberg Atoms -- 4.10 Pulsed Beam Sources -- 4.11 Sources of Slow and Cold Atoms -- 5. Detection Methods -- 5.1 Accumulation Detectors -- 5.2 Momentum Detectors -- 5.3 Special
Vacuum Gauges -- 5.4 Surface Ionization (Langmuir—Taylor Detector) -- 5.5 Field Ionization -- 5.6 Universal Molecular Beam Detector -- 5.7 Thermal Detectors -- 5.8 Detection of Metastable Particles -- 5.9 Spectroscopic Detection
Methods -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Physical chemistry , Fluids , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Atoms , Physical measurements , Measurement , Engineering , Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Physical Chemistry , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Fluid- and Aerodynamics , Engineering, general
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Title:Frequency-Resolved Optical Gating: The Measurement of Ultrashort Laser Pulses
Author(s): Rick Trebino
Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (425 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-1181-6
Contents:1. The Dilemma -- 2. Ultrashort Laser Pulses -- 3. Nonlinear Optics -- 4. The Autocorrelation, the Spectrum, and Phase Retrieval -- 5. FROG -- 6. FROG Beam Geometries -- 7. Geometrical Issues: Single-shot FROG -- 8. The FROG Algorithm
-- 9. Noise: Its Effects and Suppression -- 10. Practical Issues, Marginals, Error Checks, and Error Correction -- 11. Improvisation in FROG -- 12. Very Simple FROG Apparatus: GRENOUILLE -- 13. Ultraviolet and High-Power Pulse
Measurement -- 14. FROG in the Single-Cycle Regime -- 15. FROG Characterization of Complex Pulses -- 16. XFROG—Cross-correlation Frequency-resolved Optical Gating -- 17. Measuring Extremely Complex Pulses -- 18. Non-instantaneous
Nonlinearities -- 19. Fiber-FROG -- 20. Blind FROG -- 21. Principal Component Generalized Projections FROG Algorithm -- 22. Measuring Ultraweak Pulses: TADPOLE -- 23. Measuring Ultrafast Polarization Dynamics: POLLIWOG -- 24.
Multi-pulse Interferometric FROG -- 25. The Future of Pulse Measurement
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Keywords: Physics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Electrical engineering , Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Electrical Engineering
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Title:N* Physics and Nonperturbative Quantum Chromodynamics Proceedings of the Joint ECT*/JLAB Workshop, Trento, Italy, May 18–29, 1998
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (375 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-6800-4
Contents:Electromagnetic Excitation of Baryon Resonances and the CLAS N* Program -- Perturbative QCD Applied to Baryons -- Boson and Gluon Exchange and the Quark-Quark Interaction -- Semirelativistic Constituent-Quark Model with
Goldstone-Boson-Exchange Hyperfme Interactions -- Hadronic Decays of Baryon Resonances in the Goldstone-Boson-Exchange Constituent Quark Model -- Multiquark States in a Goldstone Boson Exchange Model -- Hypercentral Constituent Quark
Model -- The Nucleon Wave Function in Light-Front Dynamics -- Lorentz Covariant Spin-Grouping of Baryon Resonances -- Baryon Properties in Soliton Models -- QCD Sum Rules and Soft-Hard Interplay for Hadronic Form Factors --
Light-Baryon Spectroscopy and the Electromagnetic Form Factors in the Quark Model -- Charge-Current Operators Consistent with a Semi-relativistic Hamiltonian -- NN and N? Form Factors Viewed from ChPT -- Missing Baryons -- Amplitude
Analysis -- Baryon Resonance Spectrum, Error Analysis, Background Effects -- Coupled-Channel Analysis of N* Photoproduction -- Parity-Violating ?(1232) Electroweak Production: Axial Structure and New Physics -- Nucleon Axial Matrix
Elements -- Electroproduction of the ?(1232) and S11(1535) Resonances at High Momentum Transfer -- Axial Vector Form Factor GAN? for the N? ?(1232) Transition -- Exchange Currents and Nucleon Deformation -- The N-?(1232)
Electromagnetic Transition -- Multipole Analyses for p(?, ?) and p(?, ?) in the Region of the P33 ? Resonance -- Theories of Electromagnetic Productions of Pions -- Single Pion Electroproduction in the ? (1232) Resonance from CLAS Data
at Jefferson Lab -- Pion Photo- and Electroproduction on the Proton -- Photoabsorption on Bound Nucleons in the Resonance Region -- The Gerasimov-Drell-Hearn Sum Rule - Experimental Aspects -- Dispersion Approach to Pion
Photoproduction and GDH Sum Rule -- DIS contribution to the GDH Sum Rule -- ? Meson Photoproduction -- The Role of N*(1520) Resonance in Eta Photoproduction in the Light of New Polarization Data -- Beam Polarisation Asymmetries in
Meson Photoproduction at Graal -- ? Physics and Multi-Resonance Coupled-Channel Analysis -- K Meson Photo- and Electro- Production with CLAS at Jefferson Lab -- Study of the Strange Hadrons Electromagnetic Form Factors via the Process
ep ? e’K+? -- Effective Lagrangian Study of the ?p -> K+? (Spin 3/2 Resonances and Their Off-Shell Effects) -- SU(3) Chiral Dynamics with Coupled Channels: Eta and Kaon Production -- The Diquark Model for Exclusive Reactions -- Single
Meson Photoproduction via Higher Twist Mechanism and IR Renormalons -- Double Pion Production Experiments -- Double Pion Production Reactions -- Baryon Resonances in the Double Pion Channel at Jefferson Lab (CEBAF): Experimental and
Physical Analysis Status and Perspectives -- Description of Two-Pion Production on Proton by Real and Virtual Photons in N* Excitation Region -- Vector Meson Production -- Spin Information from Vector-Meson Decay in Photoproduction --
Real and Virtual Compton Scattering (experiments) -- Virtual Compton Scattering — Generalized Polarizabilities of Nucleons and Pions -- Dispersion Theoretical Analysis of the Nucléon Spin Polarizabilities -- The Spin of the Nucleon --
Nucleon Structure Functions and Light-Front Dynamics -- Nucleon Structure Functions in a Constituent Quark Scenario -- Strangeness and Charm Production with HERMES -- Questions on the Quark Model: Panel Discussion -- List of
Participants -- Author Index
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Title:Particle Accelerator Physics I Basic Principles and Linear Beam Dynamics
Author(s): Helmut Wiedemann
Date:1999
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (449 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-03827-7
Contents:1. Introduction -- 1.1 Short Historical Overview -- 1.2 Particle Accelerator Systems -- 1.3 Basic Definitions and Formulas -- 1.4 Basic Principles of Particle-Beam Dynamics -- Problems -- 2. Linear Accelerators -- 2.1 Principles of
Linear Accelerators -- 2.2 Acceleration by rf Fields -- 2.3 Preinjector Beam Preparation -- Problems -- 3. Circular Accelerators -- 3.1 Betatron -- 3.2 Weak Focusing -- 3.3 Adiabatic Damping -- 3.4 Acceleration by rf Fields -- 3.5
Synchrotron -- 3.6 Summary of Characteristic Parameters -- Problems -- 4. Charged Particles in Electromagnetic Fields -- 4.1 The Lorentz Force -- 4.2 Coordinate System -- 4.3 Fundamentals of Charged Particle Beam Optics -- 4.4
Multipole Field Expansion -- 4.5 Multipole Fields for Beam Transport Systems -- 4.6 Multipole Field Patterns and Pole Profiles -- 4.7 Equations of Motion in Charged Particle Beam Dynamics -- 4.8 General Solution of the Equations of
Motion -- 4.9 Building Blocks for Beam Transport Lines -- Problems -- 5. Linear Beam Dynamics -- 5.1 Linear Beam Transport Systems -- 5.2 Matrix Formalism in Linear Beam Dynamics -- 5.3 Focusing in Bending Magnets -- 5.4 Particle Beams
and Phase Space -- 5.5 Betatron Functions -- 5.6 Dispersive Systems -- 5.7 Path Length and Momentum Compaction -- Problems -- 6. Periodic Focusing Systems -- 6.1 FODO Lattice -- 6.2 Betatron Motion in Periodic Structures -- 6.3 Beam
Dynamics in Periodic Closed Lattices -- 6.4 Periodic Dispersion Function -- 6.5 Periodic Lattices in Circular Accelerators -- Problems -- 7. Perturbations in Beam Dynamics -- 7.1 Magnet Alignment Errors -- 7.2 Dipole Field
Perturbations -- 7.3 Quadrupole Field Perturbations -- 7.4 Resonance Theory -- 7.5 Chromatic Effects in a Circular Accelerator -- Problems -- 8. Charged Particle Acceleration -- 8.1 Longitudinal Particle Motion -- 8.2 Longitudinal
Phase Space Parameters -- Problems -- 9. Synchrotron Radiation -- 9.1 Physics of Synchrotron Radiation -- 9.2 Coherent Radiation -- 9.3 Insertion Devices -- 9.4 Back Scattered Photons -- Problems -- 10. Particle Beam Parameters -- 10.1
Definition of Beam Parameters -- 10.2 Damping -- 10.3 Particle Distribution in Phase Space -- 10.4 Variation of the Equilibrium Beam Emittance -- 10.5 Variation of the Damping Distribution -- Problems -- 11. Beam Life Time -- 11.1 Beam
Lifetime and Vacuum -- 11.2 Ultra High Vacuum System -- Problems -- 12. Collective Phenomena -- 12.1 Linear Space-Charge Effects -- 12.2 Beam—Beam Effect -- 12.3 Wake Fields -- 12.4 Beam Instabilities -- Problems -- 13. Beam Emittance
and Lattice Design -- 13.1 Equilibrium Beam Emittance in Storage Rings -- 13.2 Beam Emittance in Periodic Lattices -- 13.3 Optimum Emittance for Colliding Beam Storage Rings -- Problems -- Appendices -- A. Suggested Reading -- B.
Bibliography -- References -- Author Index
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Title:Particle Accelerator Physics II Nonlinear and Higher-Order Beam Dynamics
Author(s): Helmut Wiedemann
Date:1999
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (472 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-59908-8
Contents:1. Hamiltonian Formulation of Beam Dynamics -- 1.1 Hamiltonian Formalism -- 1.2 Hamiltonian Resonance Theory -- 1.3 Hamiltonian and Coupling -- 1.4 Symplectic Transformation -- Problems -- 2. General Electromagnetic Fields -- 2.1
General Transverse Magnetic-Field Expansion -- 2.2 Third-Order Differential Equation of Motion -- 2.3 Periodic Wiggler Magnets -- 2.4 Superconducting Magnet -- Problems -- 3. Dynamics of Coupled Motion -- 3.1 Conjugate Trajectories --
3.2 Particle Motion in a Solenoidal Field -- 3.3 Transverse Coupled Oscillations -- Problems -- 4. Higher-Order Perturbations -- 4.1 Kinematic Perturbation Terms -- 4.2 Control of the Central Beam Path -- 4.3 Dipole Field Errors and
Dispersion Function -- 4.4 Dispersion Function in Higher Order -- 4.5 Perturbation Methods in Beam Dynamics -- Problems -- 5. Hamiltonian Nonlinear Beam Dynamics -- 5.1 Higher-Order Beam Dynamics -- 5.2 Aberrations -- 5.3 Hamiltonian
Perturbation Theory -- Problems -- 6. Charged Particle Acceleration -- 6.1 Accelerating Fields in Resonant rf Cavities -- 6.2 Beam-Cavity Interaction -- 6.3 Higher-Order Phase Focusing -- 6.4 FODO Lattice and Acceleration -- Problems
-- 7. Synchrotron Radiation -- 7.1 Theory of Synchrotron Radiation -- 7.2 Synchrotron Radiation Power and Energy Loss -- 7.3 Spatial Distribution of Synchrotron Radiation -- 7.4 Synchrotron Radiation Spectrum -- Problems -- 8.
Hamiltonian Many Particle Systems -- 8.1 The Vlasov Equation -- 8.2 Damping of Oscillations in Electron Accelerators -- 8.3 The Fokker-Planck Equation -- Problems -- 9. Particle Beam Parameters -- 9.1 Particle Distribution in Phase
Space -- 9.2 Equilibrium Energy Spread and Bunch Length -- 9.3 Phase-Space Manipulation -- 9.4 Polarization of Particle Beam -- Problems -- 10. Collective Phenomena -- 10.1 Statistical Effects -- 10.2 Collective Self Fields -- 10.3
Beam-Current Spectrum -- 10.4 Wake Fields and Impedance -- 10.5 Coasting-Beam Instabilities -- 10.6 Longitudinal Single-Bunch Effects -- 10.7 Transverse Single-Bunch Instabilities -- 10.8 Multi-Bunch Instabilities -- Problems -- 11.
Insertion Device Radiation -- 11.1 Particle Dynamics in an Undulator -- 11.2 Undulator Radiation -- 11.3 Undulator Radiation Distribution -- 11.4 Elliptical Polarization -- Problems -- References -- Suggested Reading -- Author Index
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Keywords: Physics , Particle acceleration , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Physics , Particle Acceleration and Detection, Beam Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices
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Title:Femtosecond Technology From Basic Research to Application Prospects
Author(s): Takeshi Kamiya
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (426 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-58469-5
Contents:I Introduction -- I-1 Femtosecond Technology and Its Industrial Impact -- II Optoelectronics Technology Roadmap and Industry -- II-1 Technology Roadmap for the Japanese Opto-Electronics Industry -- II-2 Technology Roadmap for Optical
Communication - A North American Perspective -- II-3 Structural Change in Industry and Reorganization of R&D Systems in Network-Oriented Societies -- III Ultrafast Optoelectronics for Telecommunications -- III-1 Femtosecond
Semiconductor-Based Optoelectonic Devices for Optical Communications and Signal-Processing Systems -- III-2 Generation, Control and Processing of Ultrafast Optical Signals by Electrooptic Modulation/Deflection -- III-3 Subharmonic
Mode-Locking of Semiconductor Lasers Operating at Millimetre-Wave Frequencies -- III-4 All-Optical Access Node Technologies -- III-5 Ultrafast All-Optical Switch Using Low-Temperature-Grown InGaAs/InAlAs Multiple-Quantum Wells -- III-6
High Bandwidth Photodetectors -- III-7 Coherent Tunable THz Oscillation by Nonlinear Optics -- III-8 Multi-Gap Photoconductive Switches Fabricated by a Scanning Probe Microscope -- IV Semiconductor Quantum Structures for Femtosecond
Devices -- IV-1 High Speed Quantum Dot Lasers: Phonon Bottleneck Issue in Quantum Dot Lasers -- IV-2 Ultrafast Coherent Dynamics of Radiatively Coupled Excitons in Multiple Quantum Wells -- IV-3 Femtosecond Studies of Semiconductor
Microcavities and VCSELs. -- IV-4 Quantum Dots and the Expected Role in Femtosecond Devices -- IV-5 Ultrafast Interband-Resonant Light Modulation by Intersubband-Resonant Light in Quantum Wells -- IV-6 Fabrication Technology of
Semiconductor Nanometer Structures Towards Femtosecond Optoelectronics -- V Femtosecond Lasers and Measurement Applications -- V-1 Intense Sub-10-fs Laser Pulses: Pushing the Frontiers of Nonlinear Optics -- V-2 Low-Threshold
All-Solid-State Femtosecond Lasers -- V-3 All-Solid-State Cr:LiSAF Femtosecond Lasers -- V-4 Femtosecond Pulse Generation around 1.3µm Employing Semiconductor saturable Absorber Mirrors (SESAM) -- V-5 Ultrashort Pulse Application to
Dimensional Measurements -- V-6 Femtosecond X-Ray Pulse Generation by Using a Low Emittance Electron Beam and a High Brightness Laser for Measurement Applications -- V-7 Femtosecond Quantum Beam Science and New Pump-and-Probe Analysis
-- VI Materials for Femtosecond Applications -- VI-1 Ultrafast Functional Materials for Femtosecond Optoelectronics -- VI-2 Ultrafast Relaxations in One-Dimensional Systems ?-Conjugated Polymers, J-Aggregates, and Metal-Halogen Chain
Complexes -- VI-3 Femtosecond Dynamics of Supramolecular Structures in Condensed Phase -- VI-4 Femtosecond Molecular Photonics Materials -- VI-5 Ultrafast Dynamics of Photochromic Systems -- VI-6. Ultrafast Spectroscopy of Glass
Materials Containing Metal Nanoparticles
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Keywords: Physics , Physical measurements , Measurement , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Electrical engineering , Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Communications Engineering, Networks
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Title:Advances in Solid State Physics 38
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (641 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0107603
Contents:Present status of InGaN-based UV/blue/green LEDs and laser diodes -- Group III-nitride based blue emitters -- Laser processes in group-III nitrides -- Growth and characterization of II–VI semiconductor lasers -- Many-body theory for
II–VI semiconductor laser media -- SiC: Polar properties and their influence on technology and devices -- Growth mechanisms of SiC on ?-SiC(0001) prepared by solid-source molecular beam epitaxy -- Si1?x?yGexCy alloys: Growth and
properties of a new semiconducting material -- Correlations between microstructure and electronic properties in amorphous carbon based materials -- Characterization of CVD-diamond layers: Electronic states -- Electron ground states in
a few-electron quantum dot -- Atomically precise, coupled quantum dots fabricated by cleaved edge overgrowth -- Raman spectroscopy of quantum dots -- Charged excitons in InAs quantum dots -- Charge fluctuations, chaotic trajectories,
and the coulomb blockade -- Diode lasers based on quantum dots -- Sonoluminescence: When bubbles glow -- Bloch oscillations in semiconductor superlattices -- Optical properties of localized excitons in nanostructures: Theoretical
aspects -- Superradiant exciton-light coupling in semiconductor heterostructures—Theory -- Superradiant exciton/light coupling in semiconductor heterostructures—Part II: Experiments -- Quantum kinetics in semiconductors: Experiments on
a 10-femtosecond timescale -- Theory for semiconductor near-field optics: Selection rules and coherent spatio-temporal dynamics -- Near-field scanning optical spectroscopy of semiconductor nanostructures -- Lorentz microscopic
investigations of micromagnetic structures -- Optical and mobility measurements of alkali earth atoms and ions in superfluid helium -- Disorder and impurities in hubbard-antiferromagnets -- Metallic ferromagnetism: Progress in our
understanding of an old strong-coupling problem -- Interacting electrons in a narrow quantum hall system -- Electron-electron interaction effects in single-wall carbon nanotubes -- A new look at low-temperature anomalies in glasses --
Disorder phenomena in chaotic systems -- Zero bias anomalies in the tunneling spectra of high temperature superconductors -- Superconductivity in fullerene compounds -- Heteroepitaxy and noise in integrated HTS dc-SQUID magnetometers
-- Magnetic phase diagram and reentrant superconductivity in DyNi2B2C -- The current-phase relation in HTS Josephson junctions -- Cherenkov radiation from Josephson fluxons -- SO(5) symmetry in t-J and hubbard models -- HTS cables for
electric power transmission: Basic properties — State of the art — Prospects -- Basic science and challenges in process simulation -- Adaptive cooling on the basis of pulse tube refrigerators -- Current issues in mechanics of layer
systems for sensors and actuators -- The crystalline silicon thin-film solar cell—The high temperature approach -- Thin films for gas sensors in new application fields — MBRS studies and semiempirical calculations
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Keywords: Physics , Condensed matter , Physics , Condensed Matter Physics
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Title:Chaos Near Resonance
Author(s): G Haller
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (430 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-1508-0
Contents:1 Concepts From Dynamical Systems -- 1.1 Flows, Maps, and Dynamical Systems -- 1.2 Ordinary Differential Equations as Dynamical Systems -- 1.3 Liouville’s Theorem -- 1.4 Structural Stability and Bifurcation -- 1.5 Hamiltonian Systems
-- 1.6 Poincaré—Cartan Integral Invariant -- 1.7 Generating Functions -- 1.8 Infinite-Dimensional Hamiltonian Systems -- 1.9 Symplectic Reduction -- 1.10 Integrable Systems -- 1.11 KAM Theory and Whiskered Tori -- 1.12 Invariant
Manifolds -- 1.13 Stable and Unstable Manifolds -- 1.14 Stable and Unstable Foliations -- 1.15 Strong Stable and Unstable Manifolds -- 1.16 Weak Hyperbolicity -- 1.17 Homoclinic Orbits and Homoclinic Manifolds -- 1.18 Singular
Perturbations and Slow Manifolds -- 1.19 Exchange Lemma -- 1.20 Exchange Lemma and Observability -- 1.21 Normal Forms -- 1.22 Averaging Methods -- 1.23 Lambda Lemma and the Homoclinic Tangle -- 1.24 Smale Horseshoes and Symbolic
Dynamics -- 1.25 Chaos -- 1.26 Hyperbolic Sets, Transient Chaos, and Strange Attractors -- 1.27 Melnikov Methods -- 1.28 Šilnikov Orbits -- 2 Chaotic Jumping Near Resonances: Finite-Dimensional Systems -- 2.1 Resonances and Slow
Manifolds -- 2.2 Assumptions and Definitions -- 2.3 Passage Lemmas -- 2.4 Tracking Lemmas -- 2.5 Energy Lemmas -- 2.6 Existence of Multipulse Orbits -- 2.7 Disintegration of Invariant Manifolds Through Jumping -- 2.8 Dissipative Chaos:
Generalized Šilnikov Orbits -- 2.9 Hamiltonian Chaos: Homoclinic Tangles -- 2.10 Universal Homoclinic Bifurcations in Hamiltonian Applications -- 2.11 Heteroclinic Jumping Between Slow Manifolds -- 2.12 Partially Slow Manifolds of
Higher Codimension -- 2.13 Bibliographical Notes -- 3 Chaos Due to Resonances in Physical Systems -- 3.1 Oscillations of a Parametrically Forced Beam -- 3.2 Resonant Surface-Wave Interactions -- 3.3 Chaotic Pitching of Nonlinear
Vibration Absorbers -- 3.4 Mechanical Systems With Widely Spaced Frequencies -- 3.5 Irregular Particle Motion in the Atmosphere -- 3.6 Subharmonic Generation in an Optical Cavity -- 3.7 Intermittent Bursting in Turbulent Boundary
Layers -- 3.8 Further Problems -- 4 Resonances in Hamiltonian Systems -- 4.1 Resonant Equilibria -- 4.2 The Classical Water Molecule -- 4.3 Dynamics Near Intersecting Resonances -- 4.4 An Example From Rigid Body Dynamics -- 4.5
Resonances in A Priori Unstable Systems -- 5 Chaotic Jumping Near Resonances: Infinite-Dimensional Systems -- 5.1 The Main Examples -- 5.2 Assumptions and Definitions -- 5.3 Invariant Manifolds and Foliations -- 5.4 Passage Lemmas --
5.5 Tracking Lemmas -- 5.6 Energy Lemmas -- 5.7 Multipulse Homoclinic Orbits in Sobolev Spaces -- 5.8 Disintegration of Invariant Manifolds Through Jumping -- 5.9 Generalized Šilnikov Orbits -- 5.10 The Purely Hamiltonian Case -- 5.11
Homoclinic Jumping in the Perturbed NLS Equation -- 5.12 Partially Slow Manifolds of Higher Codimension -- 5.13 Homoclinic Jumping in the CNLS System -- 5.14 Bibliographical Notes -- A Elements of Differential Geometry -- A.1 Manifolds
-- A.2 Tangent, Cotangent, and Normal Bundles -- A.3 Transversality -- A.4 Maps on Manifolds -- A.5 Regular and Critical Points -- A.6 Lie Derivative -- A.7 Lie Algebras, Lie Groups, and Their Actions -- A.8 Orbit Spaces -- A.9
Infinite-Dimensional Manifolds -- A.10 Differential Forms -- A.11 Maps and Differential Forms -- A.12 Exterior Derivative -- A.13 Closed and Exact Forms -- A.14 Lie Derivative of Forms -- A.15 Volume Forms and Orientation -- A.16
Symplectic Forms -- A.17 Poisson Brackets -- A.18 Integration on Manifolds and Stokes’s Theorem -- B Some Facts From Analysis -- B.1 Fourier Series -- B.2 Gronwall Inequality -- B.3 Banach and Hilbert Spaces -- B.4 Differentiation and
the Mean Value Theorem -- B.5 Distributions and Generalized Derivatives -- B.6 Sobolev Spaces -- B.8 Factorization of Functions With a Zero -- References -- Symbol Index
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Keywords: Mathematics , Dynamics , Ergodic theory , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Mathematics , Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Applications of Mathematics
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Call number:SPRINGER-1998-9783642589263:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Microcluster Physics
Author(s): Satoru Sugano
Date:1998
Edition:Second, Completely Revised and Updated Edition
Size:1 online resource (236 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-58926-3
Contents:1. What are Microclusters? -- 1.1 Constituent Small Particles of Material -- 1.2 Division of the Materials -- 1.3 Shell Periodicity of Atomic Structure -- 2. Dynamics of Atomic Structure -- 2.1 Solid-like, Liquid-like, or Fluctuating?
-- 2.2 Coexistence of Solid-like and Liquid-like Phases -- 2.3 Fluctuating States and Permutation Isomers -- 2.4 Monte-Carlo Simulations -- 2.5 Spontaneous Alloying -- 3. Shell Structure of Metal Clusters -- 3.1 Magic Numbers -- 3.2
The Jellium Model -- 3.3 Theory of Shell Correction -- 3.4 Deformation -- 3.5 Fission -- 3.6 Shell Structure in Large Metal Clusters -- 4. Other Properties of Metal Clusters -- 4.1 Non-Empirical Calculation of Alkali-Metal Clusters --
4.2 Electronic Structure of Noble-Metal Clusters -- 4.3 Magnetic Properties of Transition-Metal Clusters -- 4.4 Oscillatory Magnetic Moments of Nickel Clusters -- 4.5 Divalent-Metal Clusters -- 4.6 Trivalent-Metal Clusters, AlN -- 5.
Semiconductor Clusters -- 5.1 Carbon Clusters -- 5.2 Stabilities of Silicon and Germanium Clusters -- 5.3 Nonempirical Calculations for Si6 and Si10 -- 5.4 Force and Vidal Analysis of Larger Silicon Clusters -- 5.5 Recent Nonempirical
Calculations for Large Silicon Clusters -- 6. Rare-Gas Clusters -- 6.1 The Magic Numbers for Packing -- 6.2 Helium Clusters -- 7. Molecular Clusters -- 7.1 Photoionization of Ammonia Clusters -- 7.2 Ion-Centered Cage Structure -- 7.3
Water Clusters -- 7.4 Negatively Charged Water Clusters -- 7.5 Electron Attachment to van der Waals Clusters -- 8. Chemical Bonds and Related Topics -- 8.1 Effects of Electron Correlation, and the Optimization of Geometry on Magnetism
-- 8.2 Synthetic Chemistry in a Cluster Beam -- 8.3 Generation of a Latent Image -- 8.4 Van der Waals and Metallic Mercury Clusters -- 8.5 Scattering of Microclusters -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Inorganic chemistry , Atoms , Atomic structure , Molecular structure , Spectra , Nanotechnology , Metals , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Nanotechnology , Inorganic Chemistry , Atomic/Molecular Structure and Spectra , Metallic Materials
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Title:Applications of High-Field and Short Wavelength Sources
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Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (300 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-9241-6
Contents:1. High-Power Laser Sources -- The Production of Petawatt Laser Pulses -- Multiterawatt Ultraviolet Lasers -- 0.27 Terawatt Laser System at 1 kHz -- Determination of the Duration of UV Femtosecond Pulses -- 2. Ultrafast Coherent UV
and X-Ray Sources -- Saturated Table-Top Soft X-Ray Lasers by Discharge Excitation -- Phase-Locking of High-Order Harmonics to the Fundamental Field -- Soft-X-Ray Harmonics in the Water Window -- Harmonic Generation in Presence of
Ionization -- The Optimisation of Soft X-Ray Laser Output -- Spectroscopic Investigations of an Optical-Field-Ionized X-Ray Lasers with a Microcapillary Target -- Guided-Wave Optical Parametric Amplification in Gases: A Novel
Phase-Matching Scheme for Ultrafast Pulses -- Increased Coherence Length in High-Order Harmonic Generation by a Self-Guided Beam -- 3. Novel Short Wavelength Sources -- Accelerator Based Source Development: Higher, Wider and Shorter --
A Debrisless Laser-Plasma Source for EUV and XUV Generation -- Attosecond Pulse Generation at Gas Ionization by Few-Optical-Cycle Laser Pulses -- X-Ray Emission from Rare Gas Clusters in Intense Laser Fields -- Hard X-Ray Emission from
Femtosecond Laser Interaction in Overdense Plasmas -- 4. Ultrashort-Pulse Laser Plasma Interactions -- Plasma Waveguide: Density Development and High Intensity Guiding -- Explosion of Atomic Clusters Heated by High Intensity,
Femtosecond Laser Pulses -- Solid to Plasma Transition in FS-Laser-Irradiated FE: Collapse of the Spin-Orbit Gap -- Pressure Ionization and Density Diagnostics in Subpicosecond Laser-Produced Plasmas -- Time-Dependent Schrodinger
Equation for the Interaction between a Laser Pulse and a Metal -- Femtosecond Stimulation of Atomic and Nuclear Processes in High Intensity Laser Plasmas -- Time Resolved Optical Probing of Supersonic Ionization Fronts in Short
Pulse-Solid Target Interactions -- Ultrafast Incoherent X-Ray Source Utilizing Ultra Thin Freely Suspended Films -- 5. Strong Field Interactions -- Barrier-Suppression Ionization of Complex Atoms and Diatomic Molecules --
Relativistically Self-Guided Laser-Wakefield Acceleration -- A Single-Beam, Ponderomotive-Optical Trap for Energetic Free Electrons -- Ultrafast Diffraction from Rydberg Wave Packets Using High Harmonics -- Backward and Multi-Echo
Field Ionization by Intense Non-Envelope “Superpulses” -- Deconvolved Ionization Probabilities for Strong Field Ionization of Xenon -- Precision Tests of Laser-Tunneling Ionization Models -- Self-Guiding without Focusing Nonlinearity:
Leaking Mode Self-Effect Due to Field-Induced Saturable Ionization -- Classical Theory of Nonlinear Compton Scattering and Three-Dimensional Ponderomotive Scattering -- The Molecular Hydrogen B-State in an Intense Light Field --
Electron Dynamics in the Strong Field Limit of Photoionization -- Intense Laser Interactions: Higher Order Resonances and Hot Electrons -- Influence of Relativistic Structure and Retardation in Two-Photon Transitions in Hydrogenic
Systems -- Laser Wakefield Acceleration Experiments -- 6. Applications of Short Wavelength Sources -- Femtosecond Harmonic Laser Photoemission: Physics and Chemistry -- Two-Photon Ionization and Three-Photon Above-Threshold Ionization
of Argon -- Ultra-Fast Time-Resolved X-Ray Diffraction Detected by an Averaging Mode Streak Camera -- Radiological Applications of Hard X-Ray Emission from a Laser-Produced Plasma -- Biological X-Ray Microscopy with a Compact Laser
System -- High Harmonics as a Probe for Femtosecond Laser-Produced Plasmas -- Laser-Assisted Multicolor Photoionization of Atoms with Higher Harmonics -- Author Index
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Title:Differential Equations Theory, Numerics and Applications Proceedings of the ICDE ’96 held in Bandung Indonesia
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Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (389 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-5157-3
Contents:Parametric Excitation in Mechanical Systems -- Generation and Suppression of Radiation by Solitary Pulses -- Buffeting Problems modelling by use of Lifting Surface Methods in Unsteady Aerodynamics with Separation -- The Influence of
an External Force on a Solitary Wave -- An Asymptotic Method in Ship Hydrodynamics -- Non Classical Solitary Waves -- Mathematical Modelling of Tidal Motion in Regional Waters of Singapore -- Phase Portraits of Quadratic Systems --
Microwave Heating: Critical Dependence on Data and Parameters -- On the Convergence of Sampled Data Nonlinear System -- Nonlinear Galerkin Methods for Hamiltonian Systems Comparison of Two Approximation Techniques -- On Internal
Resonances For a Weakly Nonlinear Beam Equation -- Genus-two Solutions to the Kadomtsev-Petviashvili Equation -- On the Formation of Hotspot in Microwave Heating -- Model Manifolds for Analysing Data of Wave Splitting -- Modelling of
Sediment Transport and Bathymetric Change in Lemah Abang, Jepara Coastal Waters -- A Double Pendulum in a Wind Field -- Solution of the Affine Toda Equations as an Initial Value Problem -- Mathematical Modelling of Chlorine Decay in a
Contact Tank -- The Dynamics of a Near-Grazing Oscillator -- Oscillation Criteria for Second Order Nonlinear Differential Equations -- Radiation and Diffraction of Sound from Bodies Mounted on an Infinite Baffle Using Boundary Element
Methods -- A Differential Equation for Filtering of a Stochastic Dynamical System -- General Theory of Relativity Without Christoffel Symbols -- A Back-turning Jet Formed by a Uniform Shallow Stream Hitting a Vertical Wall -- A
Fifth-order Five-stage RK-Method Based on Harmonic Mean
ISBN:9789401151573
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Keywords: Mathematics , Earth sciences , Partial differential equations , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Fluids , Mathematics , Partial Differential Equations , Applications of Mathematics , Earth Sciences, general , Fluid- and Aerodynamics
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Title:Beam-Wave Interaction in Periodic and Quasi-Periodic Structures
Author(s): Levi Schächter
Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (358 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-03398-2
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. Elementary Electromagnetic Phenomena -- 3. Elementary Electron Dynamics -- 4. Models of Beam-Wave Interaction in Slow-Wave Structures -- 5. Periodic Structures -- 6. Quasi-periodic Structures -- 7. Free-Electron
Laser -- 8. Basic Acceleration Concepts -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Particle acceleration , Physical measurements , Measurement , Physics , Particle Acceleration and Detection, Beam Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Measurement Science and Instrumentation
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Title:Relaxations of Excited States and Photo-Induced Structural Phase Transitions Proceedings of the 19th Taniguchi Symposium, Kashikojima, Japan, July 18–23, 1996
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Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (277 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-60702-8
Contents:I General Theory for Photo-Induced Phase Transitions -- Multistabilities of the Ground States, Proliferations of Excitons and Photo-Induced Structural Phase Transitions -- The Instabilities of Excitons in Deformable Lattice and the
Photo-Induced Phase Transition -- Hierarchy of Formation of Nanometer Clusters and Periodic Defect- Deformational Structures in Solids Under the Action of Laser Beam -- Photo-Induced Structure Changes of Quasi-one-dimensional Organic
Crystals -- Mean-Field Theory of Photo-Induced Structural Phase Transitions -- II Optical Excitations and Photo-Induced Phenomena in BaBiO3, La2CuO4 and Other Perovskites -- Spectroscopic Study of a 3d Peierls Insulator in BaBiO3 --
Evidence of Polaronic Deformations in High T cMaterials Observed by Photo-Induced IR Absorption and Photo-Induced XAS -- III Optical Excitations, Lattice Relaxations and Photo- Induced Phenomena in M-X Chains -- Relaxation Processes of
Photo-Excited States in Wide-Gap MX Chain -- Solitons, Polarons and Excitons in MX Chains -- Lattice Relaxations Yielding Nonlinear Excitations in Photo-Excited MX Chains -- IV Optical Excitations, Lattice Relaxations and Photo-
Induced Phenomena in Polymers -- Domain-Wall Dynamics of Photo-Induced Phase Transition in Polydiacetylene Single Crystals -- Dynamics of Excitons in Polymer Solids -- Lattice Relaxation of Photo-Excited States in Conjugated Polymers
-- V Neutral-Ionic Transitions in Charge-Transfer Salts -- Structural Properties, Dynamics and Pressure Effects at the Neutral-to-Ionic Transition -- Neutral-to-Ionic Transformation as Condensation and Solidification of Charge-Transfer
Excitations -- Optical and Related Properties of Organic Charge-Transfer Crystals: An Overview of Experimental Results -- Theory of the Neutral-to-Ionic Transition of Quasi-one-dimensional Charge-Transfer Compounds -- VI Nonlinear
Excitations in Charge-Transfer Salts -- Exciton Strings and Exciton Mediated Carrier Transport in a Quasi-one-dimensional Organic Charge-Transfer Crystal -- Photophysics of Charge-Transfer Solids and ?-Conjugated Polymers -- VII
Optical Excitations and Lattice Relaxations in Alkali Halides, Semiconductors and Amorphous Solids -- Femtosecond Time-Resolved Studies of Dynamics of Structural Changes Induced by Electronic Excitation in Alkali Halide Crystals --
Theoretical Studies of the Models of Self-Trapped Excitons and Holes in Ionic Crystals -- Photo-Induced Structural Changes in Amorphous Semiconductors -- ab initio Electronic Structure Calculation of Atomic Displacement of Defects in
Semiconductors Induced by Electronic Excitation -- Symmetry-Breaking Electronic-Atomic Processes in s-p Bonding Materials -- VIII Optical Properties of Fullerenes and Photo-Induced Polymerization -- Lattice Relaxations Theory of
Localized Excitations and Applications to Fullerenes -- Exciton Relaxation and Electron Pairing in Fullerene -- Photochemical Transformations and Polymerization in Solid C60 -- Ultrafast Relaxation of Excitons and Photopolymerization
Process in Fullerenes -- Index of Contributors
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Keywords: Physics , Condensed matter , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Condensed Matter Physics
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Title:Advances in Nuclear Dynamics 3
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Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (268 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-4905-5
Contents:1. Elliptical Flow: a Probe of the Pressure in Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions -- 2. A Study of Low-Mass Dileptons at the CERN SPS -- 3. Exclusive Study of Heavy Ion Collisions using 2–8 a GeV Au Beams: Status of AGS
Experiment E895 -- 4. Analysis of the d/p Ratios in Au + Au Collisions at 11.1 GeV/c -- 5. Recent Results from CERN-WA98 -- 6. Event-by-Event Physics at the CERN SPS -- 7. Nuclear Temperature Measurement and Secondary Decay -- 8. Net
Proton and Negatively-Charged Hadron Spectra from the NA49 Experiment -- 9. Sequential and Pre-Equilibrium Nucleon Emission in Sn+Ca Reactions at 35A MeV -- 10. Dissipative Collisions and Multifragmentation in the Fermi Energy Domain
-- 11. Fermionic Molecular Dynamics: Multifragmentation in Heavy-Ion Collisions and in Excited Nuclei -- 12. Apparent Temperatures in Hot Quasi-Projectiles and the Caloric Curve -- 13. Baryon Production in High Energy Pb-Pb Collisions
- Recent Results from NA44 -- 14. Strangeness Production and Flow in Heavy-Ion Collisions -- 15. Semihard Processes in Nuclear Collisions -- 16. Strangeness Production in Pb+Pb at 158 GeV/Nucleon -- 17. The Isospin Dependence of
Transverse Flow -- 18. APEX: Weak Positive Evidence FOR 800 keV Sharp Pairs -- 19. Multiplicity Distributions in Au + Au Collisions at Various AGS Beam Energies -- 20. Flow Measurements of Au + Au at 10.8 GeV/c -- 21. The Solenoidal
Tracker at RHIC -- 22. Isospin Dependence of Nuclear Equation of State and Collisions of Neutron-rich Nuclei -- 23. PHOBOS rising at Brookh(e)aven -- 24. Fission Hindrance in Hot Nuclei -- 25. Hadron-Induced Multifragmentation -- 26.
Search for a Short-Lived Dibaryon in Au + Au Collisions: Status of AGS Experiment E896 -- 27. Directed Flow for p, d, t Emission at Target Rapidity in 10.2 A·GeV Au + Au Collisions -- 28. Projectile-Like Fragments from 129Xe +
natCuReactions at E/A = 30, 40, 50 MeV -- 29. Recent Results from Experiment E910 -- 30. Quasi-Projectile Formation and Decay Comparisons between 58Ni+C and 58Ni+Au Reactions at 34.5A MeV -- 31. Searching for the Quark-Gluon Plasma via
Kaon Production at the AGS -- 32. Interpreting Multiplicity-Gated Fragment Distributions from Heavy-Ion COLLISIONS
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Title:Metal-Ligand Interactions Structure and Reactivity
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (552 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-0155-1
Contents:Preface -- List of Contributors -- Density Functional Modeling of Ligand-Metal Interactions and EnzymaticActivities in Metalloenzymes Peptide Bond Cleavage by Carboxypeptidase A -- Guided-Ion Beam Studies of Ionic Transition Metal
Clusters and Complexes -- Influence of Silys Ligands on the Reactivity of Heterobimetallic Complexes: Insertion and Migration Reactions -- Compounds of Post-Transition Elements of Group 12–14 Containing Fe(CO)4 and Related Iron
Carbonyl Ligands -- Ligand-Metal Surface Interactions: Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity -- 2,2’ Bipyrimidine: A Useful Tool in Designing Polynuclear Complexes of Controlled Nuclearity -- Influence of Particle Size on Metallic and
Bimetallic Supported Catalysts: Hydrogenolysis of Hydrocarbons and Selective Hydrogenation of Nitro-Groups -- Quantum Mechanical Ab Initio Investigation of Metal-Ligand Interactions in Transition-Metal Carbonyl Complexes -- Clean and
Modified Oxide Surfaces: Structure and Dynamics of Adsorbed Molecules -- Site and Size Effects on the Binding Energy of CO on Palladium Clusters A Density Functional Treatment -- Progress Towards a Molecular Surface Science: Dative
Interactions in Chemistry at Metal Centres as Revealed by Spectroscopic, Kinetic and Dynamical Studies -- Theoretical Dynamical Studies of Metal Clusters and Clusters-Ligand Systems -- The Role of Interelectronic Interaction in
Transition Metal Oxide Catalysts -- Coordinatively Unsaturated Pt and Pt-Re Clusters as Models for Surfaces and Bimetallic Catalysts -- Molecular Adsorption of Diazirine on Palladium (110) Clusters Models using the LCGTO-MCP-LSD Method
-- Metal-Ligand Interactions in Gas Phase and in Solution. The Density Functional Point of View -- Ab Initio Calculations of Electronic Surface States of Transition Metal Oxides and of the Superexchange Coupling in Oxo-Bridged
Transition Metal Complexes -- Intermediate Neglect of Differential Overlap Calculations on the Electronic Spectra of Transition Metal Complexes -- List of Participants
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Keywords: Chemistry , Inorganic chemistry , Organometallic chemistry , Physical chemistry , Catalysis , Chemistry , Organometallic Chemistry , Catalysis , Inorganic Chemistry , Physical Chemistry
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Title:Elementary Processes in Excitations and Reactions on Solid Surfaces Proceedings of the 18th Taniguchi Symposium Kashikojima, Japan, January 22–27, 1996
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (243 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-61185-8
Contents:I Reaction Dynamics and Potential Energy Surfaces -- Reaction Dynamics of H2Si: A 5-D Model -- Eley-Rideal Dynamics of the Reaction of Gas-Phase H(D) with D(H) on Cu(111) -- Dipped Adcluster Model Study of Surface Reactions -- Ab
Initio Study on Photo-Induced Desorption of CO and NO from Pt(111) -- van der Waals Density Functional for Atoms and Surfaces -- Lifetime of the Intermediate Excited State in Laser-Induced Desorption of NO from Pt -- Electronic
Excitations at Oxide Surfaces -- Site Occupation of Adsorbed CO on Ni(100) -- II Beam-Surface Scattering and Charge and Energy Transfer -- The Interaction of O2 with Ag(111) Probed by Beam Experiments -- On the Molecular Orientation
Dependence of Dynamical Processes on Solid Surfaces: Dissociative Adsorption and Scattering -- Dynamics and Energy Transfer in Scattering of Xe, O2 and Cl2 from Graphite Surface -- Collision-Induced Desorption of Xe Adsorbed on Pt(111)
by Ar Atoms -- Spin-Polarized Atomic Beam as a Probe of Spin Correlation at the Topmost Layer of Surfaces -- The Effects of Electronic Excitations on the Behaviour of Particles Scattered by Metal Surfaces -- Do the Highly Correlated
Kondo and Mixed-Valent States Influence Charge Transfer and Energy Transfer in the Motion of Atoms near Metallic Surfaces? -- Second Order Self-Energy and Interpolation Formula for the Charge Transfer Probability in Time-Dependent
Models -- Surface Reactions Activated by High Electron Temperatures -- Density Functional Theory Study of Self-Diffusion on the (111) Surfaces of Ni, Pd, Pt, Cu, Ag and Au -- Surface Resistivity and Related Phenomena on Metal Surfaces
-- III New Methods and Structures -- Use of Renormalized Radiation Green’s Function in Microscopic Nonlocal Optical Response Theory: Applications to Surface Optical Problems -- Theory for Nonlinear Magneto-Optics at Thin Films -- Size
Dependent CO Dissociation on Rh Particles Supported on Thin Alumina Films -- Effects of Alloying with Ge on the Pt Electronic Structure and Molecular Adsorption -- Novel Structure Model for the Type C Defect on Si(001) Surface --
Adsorbed PF3 on Ru(001) — Quantum Gear Problem? -- Brief Summary -- Index of Contributors
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Keywords: Physics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Materials , Thin films , Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films
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Title:Amazing Light A Volume Dedicated To Charles Hard Townes On His 80th Birthday
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (682 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-2378-8
Contents:1 Introduction: Charles Townes as I Have Known Him -- 2 Methane Optical Frequency Standard -- 3 Mid-infrared Lines as Astrophysical Diagnostics: Two Decades of Problems and Promise -- 4 The Laser Stabilitron -- 5 Self-Regulated Star
Formation in Molecular Clouds -- 6 Long-baseline Interferometric Imaging at 11 Microns with 30 Milliarcsecond Resolution -- 7 Ammonia in the Giant Planets -- 8 Collision Broadening and Radio-frequency Spectroscopy -- 9 Meeting Charles
H. Townes -- 10 Population Inversion and Superluminality -- 11 The Autler-Townes Effect Revisited -- 12 Parity Nonconservation in Atoms and Searches for Permanent Electric Dipole Moments -- 13 Stark Dynamics and Saturation in Resonant
Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy -- 14 A Raman Study of Fluorinated Ethanes Adsorbed on Zeolite NaX -- 15 Laser Light-scattering Spectroscopy of Supercooled Liquids and the Glass Transition -- 16 The Electronic Emission Spectra
of Triatomic Hydrogen: The 6025? Bands of H2D and HD2 -- 17 Limitations for Frequency-based Absolute Length Measurements -- 18 Microcavity Quantum Electrodynamics -- 19 Testimonial for Celebration of Professor Charles Townes’ 80th
Birthday -- 20 Marine Physical Laboratory: A Brief History -- 21 Searching for the Cause of Alzheimer’s Disease -- 22 Radio and Infrared Spectroscopy of Interstellar Molecules -- 23 Lessons Learned -- 24 Infrared Spectroscopy of
Jupiter in 1970 and in the 1990s -- 25 The Galactic Center: Star Formation and Mass Distribution in the Central Parsec -- 26 Microwave Spectroscopy, the Maser, and Radio Astronomy: Charles Townes at Columbia -- 27 The Role of
Radioactive 14C and 26Al in the Ionization of Circumstellar Envelopes -- 28 The Clumpy Structure of Molecular Clouds -- 29 Spontaneous Emission Noise in Quantum Electronics -- 30 Possibility of Infrared Coronal Line Laser Emission in
Seyfert Nuclei -- 31 Concepts of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Quantum Optics -- 32 Magnetic Resonance Imaging with Laser-polarized Noble Gases -- 33 Deterministic Order-Chaos Transition of Two Ions in a Paul Trap -- 34 Infrared
Emission and H2O Masers around Massive Black Holes in Galactic Nuclei -- 35 Knowing Charlie: In the 1950s and Since -- 36 The SH Radical: Laboratory Detection of its $$J = \frac{3}{2} \leftarrow \frac{1}{2}$$ Rotational Transition --
37 Charlie Townes at Brookhaven -- 38 Classical Theory of Measurement: A Big Step Towards the Quantum Theory of Measurement -- 39 The Physics of Nerve Excitation -- 40 The Future of Science Education -- 41 Noncoherent Feedback in Space
Masers and Stellar Lasers -- 42 Application of Millisecond Pulsar Timing to the Long-term Stability of Clock Ensembles -- 43 Some Security Implications of Growing Electricity Demand for the Use of Nuclear Power in East Asia -- 44
Dynamic Control of the Photon Statistics in the Micromaser and Laser -- 45 Sgr A* — A Starving Black Hole? -- 46 Infrared Semiconductor Laser by Means of J x H Force Excitation of Electrons and Holes -- 47 From Laser Beam Filamentation
to Optical Solitons: The Influence of C. H. Townes on the Development of Modern Nonlinear Optics -- 48 Industrial Research in Today’s World -- 49 Far-infrared Imaging of the HII Region-Molecular Cloud Complex W51A with a Balloon-borne
Telescope -- 50 Charles Townes: The Scientist and the Person -- 51 Neutron Spin Reorientation Experiments -- 52 An Appreciative Response to Townes on Science and Religion -- 53 The Academic Ivory Tower Under Siege -- 54 The Correlated
Spontaneous Emission Maser Gyroscope -- 55 Astronomical, Atmospheric, and Wavefront Studies with a Submillimeter-wavelength Interferometer -- 56 Theory of an Optical Subharmonic Generator -- 57 Hydrogen Masers and Lasers in Space -- 58
Beyond the South Pole -- 59 Townes and Nonlinear Optics -- 60 Spectral Observations of the Molecular Cloud Orion S -- 61 A Visit to America -- 62 Review of Some Photothermal Effects -- 63 Dark Matter and Faint Galactic Halo Light -- 64
Optical Pump-Probe Experiments and the Higgs Field
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Title:Particle Accelerator Physics II Nonlinear and Higher-Order Beam Dynamics
Author(s): Helmut Wiedemann
Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (464 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-97550-9
Contents:1. Hamiltonian Formulation of Beam Dynamics -- 1.1 Hamiltonian Formalism -- 1.2 Hamiltonian Resonance Theory -- 1.3 Hamiltonian and Coupling -- 1.4 Symplectic Transformation -- Problems -- 2. General Electromagnetic Fields -- 2.1
General Transverse Magnetic-Field Expansion -- 2.2 Third-Order Differential Equation of Motion -- 2.3 Periodic Wiggler Magnets -- 2.4 Superconducting Magnet -- Problems -- 3. Dynamics of Coupled Motion -- 3.1 Conjugate Trajectories --
3.2 Particle Motion in a Solenoidal Field -- 3.3 Transverse Coupled Oscillations -- 3.3.5 Betatron Functions for Coupled Motion -- Problems -- 4. Higher-Order Perturbations -- 4.1 Kinematic Perturbation Terms -- 4.2 Control of the
Central Beam Path -- 4.3 Dipole Field Errors and Dispersion Function -- 4.4 Dispersion Function in Higher Order -- 4.5 Perturbation Methods in Beam Dynamics -- Problems -- 5. Hamiltonian Nonlinear Beam Dynamics -- 5.1 Higher-Order Beam
Dynamics -- 5.2 Aberrations -- 5.3 Hamiltonian Perturbation Theory -- Problems -- 6. Charged Particle Acceleration -- 6.1 Accelerating Fields in Resonant rf Cavities -- 6.2 Beam-Cavity Interaction -- 6.3 Higher-Order Phase Focusing --
6.4 FODO Lattice and Acceleration -- Problems -- 7 Synchrotron Radiation -- 7.1 Theory of Synchrotron Radiation -- 7.2 Synchrotron Radiation Power and Energy Loss -- 7.3 Spatial Distribution of Synchrotron Radiation -- 7.4 Synchrotron
Radiation Spectrum -- Problems -- 8. Hamiltonian Many-Particle Systems -- 8.1 The Vlasov Equation -- 8.2 Damping of Oscillations in Electron Accelerators -- 8.3 The Fokker-Planck Equation -- Problems -- 9. Particle Beam Parameters --
9.1 Particle Distribution in Phase Space -- 9.2 Equilibrium Energy Spread and Bunch Length -- 9.3 Phase-Space Manipulation -- 9.4 Polarization of Particle Beam -- Problems -- 10. Collective Phenomena -- 10.1 Statistical Effects -- 10.2
Collective Self Fields -- 10.3 Beam-Current Spectrum -- 10.4 Wake Fields and Impedance -- 10.5 Coasting-Beam Instabilities -- 10.6 Longitudinal Single-Bunch Effects -- 10.7 Transverse Single-Bunch Instabilities -- 10.8 Multi-Bunch
Instabilities -- Problems -- 11. Insertion Device Radiation -- 11.1 Particle Dynamics in an Undulator -- 11.2 Undulator Radiation -- 11.3 Undulator Radiation Distribution -- 11.4 Elliptical Polarization -- Problems -- References --
Author Index
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Keywords: Physics , Particle acceleration , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Physics , Particle Acceleration and Detection, Beam Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices
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Title:Scale Invariance, Interfaces, and Non-Equilibrium Dynamics
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (344 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4899-1421-7
Contents:Statistical physics of growth processes -- Shapes and dynamics of Laplacian growth -- Growth patterns: From stable curved fronts to fractal structures (A summary) -- Nonequilibrium dynamics of fluctuating lines -- An introduction to
the statistical mechanics of driven diffusive systems -- Cellular automata modeling of hydrodynamics and reaction-diffusion processes: Basic theory -- Non-equilibrium ordering dynamics and pattern formation -- Populational dynamics and
coupled map lattices -- Computer simulation of molecular beam epitaxy -- Instabilities in MBE growth: The SLUG model -- Generic scale invariance and self-organized criticality -- Minimal SOC: Intermittency in growth and evolution -- A
self-organized critical pin-ball machine -- Experiments on bidimensional models of sand: study of the dynamics -- Contributed short talks and posters -- Contributors -- Participants
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Keywords: Physics , Condensed matter , Solid state physics , Crystallography , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Statistics , Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Condensed Matter Physics , Crystallography , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Statistics, general
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