By P. Kienle (auth.), Daniel Kleppner, Francis M. Pipkin (eds.)
Atomic Physics 7 offers the manuscripts of the invited talks added on the 7th foreign convention of Atomic Physics, held at M.I.T. August 4-8, 1980. This convention maintains the culture of the sooner meetings via reviewing vast components of primary atomic physics and similar matters. as well as the invited talks, 100 and 90 contributed papers have been awarded in poster classes. Abstracts of the contributed papers were published individually in a small quantity. 300 and fifty contributors from 13 international locations attended the convention. one of many highlights of the convention was once an historic speak via Professor Abraham Pais of Rockefeller collage entitled "The delivery of the Quantum idea: Planck". The manuscript of this speak may be released in other places. Dr. John Bailey offered a conversation at the proton-antiproton process at low strength, yet was once not able to supply a manuscript for this quantity. additionally passed over from those complaints, yet one of many highlights of the convention, are the reviews through Professor I. I. Rabi, an energetic player who chaired one consultation and spent a night discussing technological know-how, historical past and public coverage with graduate scholars on the Conference.
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The Doppler shift of photon energies from the laboratory to the H- center-of-mass is remarkably large, and, because of its dependence upon the angle between the laser and the H- beams, converts a fixed frequency laser line in the laboratory to a tunable beam in the center-of-mass system. The transformation between the two systems is E = y(l + Scosa) EL 1. where E is the barycentric ener~ of a photon whose energy in the laboratory is EL. y = (1 - S2)-2. The angle a between the photon and atomic velocities is defined so that a = 0 corresponds to a "head on" collision.
16. Certainly the same physics goes into understanding both. The only difference is that in the first case one electron is "parked" at very well-defined energies, whereas in the second, the electron energies are continuously distributed. 0 PHOTON ENERGY (IV) Fig. 23. The ratio of H+ to HO vs photon energy after crossing on H- beam with the YAG 4th harmonic. Our dilemma is greatly attenuated as we reduce this field. We reduced the field to 22 Gauss and kept most of the fBdl for bending by increasing its length to about 3 meters.