by Stanislaw Kryszewski
Publisher: University of Gdansk 2010
Number of pages: 237
Contents: Classical harmonic oscillator in external field; Classical electrodynamics; Quantization of electromagnetic field; States of quantized electromagnetic fields; Atom-field interaction; Spontaneous emission; Optical Bloch equations; etc.
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