Lectures on Atomic Physics
by Walter R. Johnson
Publisher: University of Notre Dame 2006
Number of pages: 262
This is a set of lecture notes prepared for a course on Atomic Physics for second-year graduate students, given at Notre Dame during the spring semester of 1994. The aim in this course was to provide opportunities for hands-on practice in the calculation of atomic wave functions and energies.
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