11 edition of The theory of coherent atomic excitation found in the catalog.
|Statement||Bruce W. Shore.|
|LC Classifications||QC454.A8 S47 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0471524174, 0471613983, 0471524166|
|LC Control Number||88033967|
Excitation of Coherent Phonons in Crystalline Bi: Theory for Driving Atomic Vibrations by Femtosecond Pulses Davide Boschetto1, Eugene G. Gamaly2, Andrei V. Rode2, Thomas Garl1, and Antoine Rousse1 1Laboratoire d'Optique AppliquÈe, ENSTA, Chemin de la HuniËre, Palaiseau, , France 2Laser Physics Centre, Research School of Physical Sciences and Author: David Boschetto, Eugene G Gamaly, Andrei Rode, T. Garl. 1. Science. Dec 14;() The Theory of Coherent Atomic Excitation. Bruce W. Shore. In two volumes. Vol. 1, Simple Atoms and : Kazimierz Rzaźewski.
Let us discuss how this affects the atomic excitation induced by such beams. As an example we discuss the transition (wavelength nm) of a single Ca + ion. This transition induced by twisted light has already been observed, and serves therefore as an ideal test case for our theory . Search result for bruce-w-shore: I Remember(), Inquiry in Education, Volume I(), Inquiry in Education, Volume II(), I is for Inquiry(), The Theory of Coherent Atomic Excitation: Multilevel Atoms and Incoherence v.2(), The Theory of Coherent Atomic Excitation: Simple Atoms and Fields v.1(), etc books .
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What must be done to model atomic excitation realistically. Volume 1, lays the basic foundation of the theory. It elaborates the description of two-state atoms, as governed by the time-dependent Schrodinger equation and equivalent Heisenberg equations, and discusses various aspects of : Bruce W.
Shore. The theory of coherent atomic excitation in SearchWorks This book examines the nature of the coherent excitation produced in atoms by lasers, as well as the details of the transient variation of excited-state populations€.
This book examines the nature of the coherent excitation produced in atoms by lasers. It examines the detailed transient variation of excited-state populations with time and with controllable parameters such as laser frequency and intensity.
The theory of coherent atomic excitation. Summary: An examination of the nature of the coherent excitation produced in atoms by lasers, which emphasizes physical and mathematical theory. The text also gives details The theory of coherent atomic excitation book the transient variation of excited-state populations with time, and how these depend upon laser frequency and intensity.
The Theory of Coherent Atomic W. Shore. In two volumes. Vol. 1, Simple Atoms and Fields. Vol. 2, Multilevel Atoms and : Kazimierz Rzaźewski. The-Theory-Of-Coherent-Atomic-Excitation-Multilevel-Atoms-And-Aj Adobe Acrobat Reader DCDownload Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Ebook PDF:With Acrobat Reader DC you can do more than just open and view PDF files Its easy to add annotations to documents using a complete set of commenting tools Take your PDF tools to go Work on documents.
Theory of resonance excitation of N-level atomic systems by strong coherent radiation Algebraic methods are developed for deriving steady-state solutions of the Bloch equations for a system of N atomic (molecular) levels resonantly coupled to strong coherent radiation fields in the rotating-wave approximation, and undergoing thermal.
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The Theory of Coherent Atomic Excitation ().pdf writen by Bruce W. Shore: This volume examines the nature of coherent excitation produced in atoms by lasers, and also details the transient variation of excited-state populations with time and with controllable parameters, such as laser f.
From here on, we consider the use of coherent light in exciting atoms or molecules. Consider again the 2-level system above but now, for the moment, set A = 0. The most appropriate vehicle for studying excitation of this system by coherent light is the time- dependent Schr˜odinger equation.
The Theory of Coherent Atomic Excitation, Volume 2, Multilevel Atoms and IncoherenceCited by: (). The Theory of Coherent Atomic Excitation Vol 1-Simple Atoms and Fields. Journal of Modern Optics: Vol. 38, No. 5, pp. Cited by: 3. - John Wiley & Sons, - pp. This book examines the nature of the coherent excitation produced in atoms by lasers: it examines details of the transient variation of excited-state populations with time and with controllable parameters, such as laser frequency and intensity.
The quantum harmonic oscillator and hence, the coherent states arise in the quantum theory of a wide range of physical systems. For instance, a coherent state describes the oscillating motion of a particle confined in a quadratic potential well (for an early reference, see e.g.
Schiff's textbook). The coherent state describes a state in a. Here, the theory for the coherent and incoherent excitation is initially presented in terms of the traditional vector model.
While a complete understanding of the two-level system is provided by the vector model, it is shown to be incomplete when the problem of directly monitoring the coherent and incoherent excitation is considered.
The Theory of Coherent Atomic Excitation, 2 Volume Set Shore, Bruce W. Abstract. Publication: The Theory of Coherent Atomic Excitation The Theory of Coherent Atomic Excitation.
Pub Date: January Bibcode: .S Keywords: Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics; full text sources. Publisher |Author: Bruce W. Shore. Theory of Coherent Atomic Excitation. Bruce W. Shore. Paul R.
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Stephen E. Harris. more Cited by: The final chapter is devoted to the problem of atomic excitation by collisions. This book is intended for advanced-course university students, postgraduate students and scientists working on spectroscopy and spectral analysis, and also in the field of theoretical Edition: 1.
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The coherent excitation establishes definite phase relations between the amplitudes of the atomic or molecular wave functions; this, in turn, determines the total amplitudes of the emitted, scattered, or absorbed radiation.Coherent optical transients are excited in atomic and molecular systems when a stable phase relation persists between an exciting light field and the system's electronic response.
The extreme sensitivity of phase-dependent effects is responsible for the many applications of optical transient techniques in atomic and molecular physics [2.1.
Introduction. Coherent excitation of a two-state atom by a laser pulse is usually associated with symmetric excitation profiles, i.e. the excitation probability is a symmetric (even) function of the detuning Δ and the chirp rate multiple states are involved, there is always a multitude of (often interfering) excitation pathways, and a change of sign in the detuning or the chirp of Cited by: 6.