|Statement||by Evgenii E. Nikitin, Stanislav Ya. Umanskii|
|Series||Springer Series in Chemical Physics -- 30, Springer series in chemical physics -- 30.|
|Contributions||Umanskii, Stanislav Ya|
|LC Classifications||QC170-197, QC717.6-718.8|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource.|
The theory of atom-molecule collisions is one of the basic fields in chemi cal physics. Its most challenging part - the dynamics of chemical reactions - is as yet unresolved, but is developing very quickly. It is here a great help to have an analysis of those parts of collision theory which are already complete. The theory presented in this book is self-contained. It can be applied to the interpretation of various processes occurring in atomic collisions over a relatively wide energy range, from thermal energies to hundreds of by: Theory of Slow Atomic Collisions: Open Problems, New Trends. Abstract. This paper is not a review paper on slow atomic collisions. The field is a wide one, many review papers already exist, together with an excellent book written by E.E. Nikitin and Umanski ().Author: Françoise Masnou-Seeuws. Theory of Atomic Collisions Hardcover – April 1, by N. F. Mott (Author), H. S. W. Massey (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Cited by:
Abstract. A theory of zero-order elastic and first-order inelastic scattering for slow atomic collisions in the system H 2 + is presented. The method of stationary states and partial wave analysis is used and is the first such treatment which meets the formal requirement of scattering theory that the zero-order eigenfunctions become correct eigenfunctions at R→∞; the . A theory of zero‐order elastic and first‐order inelastic scattering for slow atomic collisions in the system H2+ is presented. The method of stationary states and Cited by: It is split into two volumes, with Volume I describing various aspects of the one-body collision problem, and Volume II covering many-body problems and applications of the theory to electron collisions with atoms, collisions between atomic systems, and nuclear collisions, as well as certain aspects of two-body collisions under relativistic conditions and the use of time-dependent perturbation theory. The chapter discusses analog to ion–atom collisions. Collisions of low-energy antiprotons with matter occupy a unique place in atomic reaction studies. The chapter also studies the formation of antiprotonic helium. When a slow antiproton collides with a hydrogen atom, there are only two reaction channels open.
Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t6hp43 Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library dev4. Topics in Atomic Collision Theory originated in a course of graduate lectures given at the University of Colorado and at University College in London. It is recommended for students in physics and related fields who are interested in the application of quantum scattering theory to low-energy atomic collision Edition: 1. General Theory of Atomic Collisions - the Many-State Problem and the Generalized Matrix ; General Theory of Atomic Collisions - Re-arrangement Collision ; Collisions of Fast Electrons with Atoms ; Scattering of Low energy Electrons and Positrons by Hydrogen Atoms ; Scattering of Slow Electrons and Positrons by Complex Atoms. Relativistic Atomic Collisions is the first comprehensive treatise of relativistic atomic collision physics. Written by world-renowned experts in the field, the book covers both the theoretical and experimentalaspects of the subject. Part I of the book provides coverage of relativistic electron theory and of the relativistic treatment of collisions.