2 edition of theory of atomic spectra found in the catalog.
theory of atomic spectra
E. U. Condon
|Statement||by E.U. Condon and G.H. Shortley.|
|Contributions||Shortley, G. H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||432|
Both the interpretation of atomic spectra and the application of atomic spectroscopy to current problems in astrophysics, laser physics, and thermonuclear plasmas require a thorough knowledge of the Slater-Condon theory of atomic structure and spectra. This book gathers together aspects of the theory that are widely scattered in the literature and augments them to Reviews: 2. Condon and Shortley has become the standard comprehensive work on the theory of atomic spectra. The first two chapters contain a brief historical introduction and an exposition of quantum mechanics along the lines formulated by Dirac. Then follow sixteen chapters devoted to Price: $
The theory of atomic structure and spectra by Robert Duane Cowan; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Atomic spectroscopy, Atomic structure. Atomic Spectra compiles papers on the highlighted developments in the atomic spectra. This book discusses regularities in spectra emitted by monatomic gases that lead to an understanding of the structure of atoms and discovery of the principles . Buy The Theory of Atomic Spectra by E. U. Condon, G. H. Shortley (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(3).
The Theory of Atomic e. E. U. Condon and G. H. Shortley. New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, pp. $Cited by: 1. Abstract “The Theory of Atomic Spectra” by E. U. Condon and G. H. Shortley 1 has dominated atomic spectroscopy over the last forty years in a way that few books in other fields have done. It is not difficult to see how this has come about. In , when the book was published, it was possible to give a reasonably complete account of the subject without making concessions to Cited by: 1. Condon and Shortley has become the standard comprehensive work on the theory of atomic spectra. The first two chapters contain a brief historical introduction and an exposition of quantum mechanics along the lines formulated by Dirac. Then follow sixteen chapters devoted to a unified, logical deduction of the structure of the spectra of atoms.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedpdf was a running joke that any theory of atomic and molecular spectra could pdf destroyed by throwing a book of data at it, so complex were the spectra.) Following Einstein’s proposal of photons with quantized energies directly proportional to their wavelengths, it became even more evident that electrons in atoms can exist only in discrete.The Bohr Model and Atomic Spectra.
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