

This section contains free ebooks and guides on Atomic Physics, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.




Atomic Physics Lectures by University of AmsterdamJ.T.M. WalravenPDF  533 Pages  EnglishThis
lecture note covers the following topics: Quantum motion in a central potential
field, Hydrogenic atoms, Angular Momentum, Fine Structure, Magnetic hyperfine
structure, Electric hyperfine structure, Heliumlike atoms, Central field
approximation for manyelectron atoms, Manyelectron wavefunctions, Ground
states of manyelectron atoms, The free electromagnetic field, Interaction of
atoms with light and Spontaneous emission .
 Atomic Physics by African Virtual universityProf. C.a. KiwangaPDF  125 Pages  EnglishThis book
explains the following topics: Atomic Models, Dalton’s and Thomson’s Models,
Rutherford’s alpha Scattering Experiment, Rutherford’s Planetary, Model of an
Atom, Bohr’s Model of an Atom , Electrical Discharges, Discovery of Cathode
Rays, Atomic Spectra, Quantum Numbers, Zeeman Effect, Emission and Absorption
Spectra, Pauli Exclusion Principle, XRays, XRay Diffraction, Moseley’s Law.
 Atomic and Molecular Physics NPTELNPTELOnline  NA Pages  EnglishThis lecture note is an introduction to atomic
and molecular physics with nonrelativistic quantum mechanics and elementary
mathematical physics as prerequisites. Topics covered includes: History of
Atomic and Molecular Physics and basic backgrounds, Atomic Physics and Atomic
Structure, Molecular Physics and Molecular Structure.
 Atomic Physics Lecture Notes by Jeff Asaf DrorTom
Kirchner Jeff Asaf DrorPDF  53 Pages  EnglishThis note covers the following topics: Fieldfree
Schrodinger hydrogen atom, Atoms in electric elds: the Stark effect, Interaction
of Atoms with Radiation, semiclassical Hamiltonian, TimeDependent Perturbation
Theory, Brief Introduction to Relativistic Quantum Mechanics.
 Atomic physics and Quantum mechanicsProf. Dr. Enrico ArrigoniPDF  554 Pages  EnglishThis lecture
note covers the following topics: Introduction: atoms and electromagnetic waves,
Failures of classical physics, Wave and Particle duality, Bohr’s atom, The wave
function and Schrodinger equation, Quantum mechanics of some simple systems,
Principles and Postulates of Quantum mechanics, Angular momentum and electron
spin.
 Atomic Physics IarXiv.orgOnline  NA Pages  EnglishMajor
topics covered are: Ultracold atom: electron interaction, Laser sub cycle two
dimensional electron momentum mapping using orthogonal two color fields ,
Magneto optical trapping of a diatomic molecule , Coherent magnon optics in a
ferromagnetic spinor BoseEinstein condensate, Nanophotonic quantum phase switch
with a single atom , Exact equations of motion for natural orbitals of strongly
driven two electron systems.
 Atomic Physics Lecture Notes (PDF 141P)P.
EwartPDF  141 Pages  EnglishThis lecture note covers the following topics: emission and absorption of
light, spectral lines, Atomic orders of magnitude, Basic structure of atoms, The
Central Field Approximation, Manyelectron atoms, Energy levels, Corrections to
the Central Field, SpinOrbit interaction, The Vector Model, Twoelectron atoms,
Symmetry and indistinguishability, Nuclear effects on energy levels, Isotope
effects, Atoms in magnetic fields.
 Lecture notes for Atomic and Molecular Physics (PDF 84P)Tom
KirchnerPDF  84 Pages  EnglishThis lecture note covers the following topics: Fieldfree Schrodinger
hydrogen atom, Atoms in electric fields: the Stark effect, Interaction of atoms
with radiation, Brief introduction to relativistic QM and Molecules.
 Lectures on Atomic Physics (PDF 262p)Walter
R. JohnsonPDF  262 Pages  EnglishThis book covers the following topics: Angular Momentum, CentralField
Schr¨odinger Equation, SelfConsistent Fields, Atomic Multiplets, Hyperfine
Interaction & Isotope Shift, Radiative Transitions and MBPT for Matrix
Elements.
 Atomic Physics NotesWim
UbachsOnline  NA Pages  EnglishThis note covers the following topics: Spectroscopy, Bohr model of the
atom, The Schrodinger equation of the hydrogen atom, Optical transitions in a
twolevel system, Magnetic effects in atoms and the electron spin, Many electron
atoms, Energy levels in molecules; the quantum structure.
 Atomic Physics (P. Ewart PDF 68p)P. EwartPDF  68 Pages  EnglishThis lecture note covers the following
topics: Radiation and Atoms, Central Field Approximation , Corrections to the
Central Field: SpinOrbit interaction, Twoelectron Atoms: Residual
Electrostatic Effects and LSCoupling, Nuclear Effects on Atomic Structure,
Selection Rules, Atoms in Magnetic Fields, XRays: transitions involving inner
shell electrons, High Resolution Laser Spectroscopy.
 Lecture Notes Many Body Problems Nuclear Physics (PDF 42p)Hitoshi MurayamaPDF  42 Pages  EnglishThis
lecture note covers the following topics: Nuclei , Empirical Mass Formula,
Nuclear Force, Yukawa Theory and Twonucleon System, Fundamental Description of
Nuclear Force, Fermi Gas and Deformed Nuclei.
 Atomic and Laser PhysicsProf. A.M. FoxOnline  NA Pages  EnglishThe aim of this note is to explain the
quantum theory of the hydrogen atom and other simple atoms and describes the
main features of atomic spectra and the basic principles of laser operation.
 Modern Experiments in Atomic Physics, SS07 ContentJohannes
GutenbergUniversity MainzOnline  NA Pages  EnglishThis lecture note intends to introduce in the
principles and methods, experiments of modern atomic physics and molecular
physics are based on. Topics covered includes: Atomic, molecular and ion beam
sources, Detection of atoms and ions, Optical spectroscopy, Radiofrequency
spectroscopy, Storage and cooling of charged particles, Traps and cooling for
neutral atoms, Modern experiments with charged particles and Modern experiments
with neutral atoms.
 Atomic and Nuclear Physicsnuclearpower.netOnline  NA Pages  EnglishThis
note covers the following topics: Atomic and nuclear physics describes
fundame===========ntal particles (i.e. electrons, protons, neutrons), their structure,
properties and behavior.
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