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Theoretical Physics 2002, Part 1: Horizons in World Physics, Volume 239
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Editors: Arnoldus, Henk F. ; George, Thomas F.
Book Description:
This book provides a representative sampling of the latest advances in theoretical physics. Chapters 1 and 2 deal with the Hydrogen atom. In Chapter 1, Blaive and Cadilhac carry out an analysis of hydrogenoid atomic wave functions. In Chapter 2, Boudet, Blaive Geniyes and Vanel carry out a relativistic calculation with retardation of the photoelectric effect of Hydrogen. Chapters 3 and 4 look at atoms in the presence of an external radiation field. Chapter 3 by Dastidar and Dastidar examines above-threshold ionization of Argon in a laser field. In Chapter 4, Kazakov applies the Jaynes-Cummings model to an atom interacting simultaneously with a quasiresonant classical field and a quantized mode. Quantum dynamical problems are addressed in Chapters 5 and 6. In Chapter 5, Baute, Egusquiza and Muga study the effect of negative and classically-forbidden momenta in one-dimensional quantum scattering. Chapter 6 by Bellini finds analytical solutions to reaction-diffusion equations by mapping on a time-independent Schrödinger equation. Chapters 7 and 8 are devoted to nuclear and particle physics. In Chapter 7, Kravchenko and Soznik obtain the nucleon-nucleus optical potential in the nuclear matter approximationw with the generalized Skyrme interation. In Chapter 8, Terasaki examines non-factorizable contributions in  decays. The final three chapters contain various mathematical studies which are of interest to theoretical physics in general. In Chapter 9, Shiqing analyzes the equations of motion for the Newtonian n-body problem. Riazi looks at the geometry and topology of solitons in Chapter 10, and the book concludes with Chapter 11 containing a study by Elipe of the rotations of perturbed triaxial rigid bodies.

Table of Contents:
Preface; Chapter 1: Expansion of the Hydrogenoid Atomic Wave Functions in 1/n. II. Besselian Expansion of Kummer Functions, and of the Atomic Wave Functions (Bruno Blaive and Michel Cadilhac); Chapter 2: Numerical Relativistic Calculation with Retardation of the Photoeffect of Hydrogenic Atoms (Roger Boudet, Bruno Blaive, Stephane Geniyes and Michel Vanel); Chapter 3: On the Absence of Electron Correlation Effects in the Photoelectron Spectra for Above-Threshold Ionization of Atoms (T. K. Rai Dastidar and Krishna Rai Dastidar); Chapter 4: Jaynes-Cummings Models Driven by Classical Fields (A. Ya. Kazakov); Chapter 5: Effect of Negative and Classically-Forbidden Momenta in One-Dimensional Quantum Scattering (A. D. Baute, I. L. Egusquiaz and J. G. Muga); Chapter 6: Mapping on a Time-Independent Schrödinger Equation: A Method of Find Analytical Solutions to Generalized Reaction-Diffusion Equations (Mauricio Bellini); Chapter 7: Optical Potential in the Nuclear Matter Approximation with Generalized Skyrme Interaction (S. M. Kravchenko and A. P. Soznik); Chapter 8: Non-Factorizable Contributions in  Decays Revisited (K. Terasaki); Chapter 9: Central Configuations for n-Body Problems (Zhang Shiqing); Chapter 10: Geometry and Topology of Solitions (N. Riazi); Chapter 11: Rotations of Perturbed Triaxial Rigid Bodies (Antonio Elipe); Index

      Horizons in World Physics
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2002
   ISBN: 1-59033-435-3
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