Atomic and Molecular Physics
by Tom Kirchner
Publisher: York University 2011
Number of pages: 67
From the table of contents -- Introduction: the field-free Schroedinger hydrogen atom; Atoms in electric fields: the Stark effect; Interaction of atoms with radiation; Brief introduction to relativistic Quantum Mechanics.
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