By P. Kienle (auth.), Daniel Kleppner, Francis M. Pipkin (eds.)
Atomic Physics 7 provides the manuscripts of the invited talks brought on the 7th overseas convention of Atomic Physics, held at M.I.T. August 4-8, 1980. This convention keeps the culture of the sooner meetings via reviewing extensive components of primary atomic physics and comparable matters. as well as the invited talks, 100 and 90 contributed papers have been provided in poster periods. Abstracts of the contributed papers were revealed individually in a small quantity. 300 and fifty members from 13 countries attended the convention. one of many highlights of the convention was once an historic speak by way of Professor Abraham Pais of Rockefeller college entitled "The delivery of the Quantum thought: Planck". The manuscript of this speak can be released in different places. Dr. John Bailey awarded a conversation at the proton-antiproton approach at low power, yet used to be not able to supply a manuscript for this quantity. additionally passed over from those court cases, yet one of many highlights of the convention, are the reviews by way of Professor I. I. Rabi, an lively player who chaired one consultation and spent a night discussing technology, historical past and public coverage with graduate scholars on the Conference.
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THE INOUCTION OF THE 10 In recent experiments, using the YAG laser we have examined tl behavior of the shape resonance also to much higher field values tl we had available with the nitrogen laser experiments. 10 See Figs. 14 and 15. These data should be compared with the zero field case shown in Fig. 7. Here again we were in for more surprises. 7 x 10 5 V/cm in the cen' of mass) a small bump begins to appear some 120 meV below the shapl and grows approximately quadratically as the field is increased.
ATOMIC PHYSICS WITH RELATIVISTIC BEAMS 37 Since photodetached electrons have only a few electron volts at most in the center of mass, whereas in the laboratory because of the large velocity in the center-of-mass they have some 435 keV, they are confined to trajectories with divergences of only a few milliradians from the H- beam. Thus the photodetached electrons remain with the H- beam until they encounter a weak field downstream which bends them off into a detector. We have used a Si detector for electrons in our recent work because of its excellent energy resolution.
Atomic Physics 7 by P. Kienle (auth.), Daniel Kleppner, Francis M. Pipkin (eds.)