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Polarization and Correlation Phenomena in Atomic Collisions

A Practical Theory Course

Balashov, Vsevolod V., Grum-Grzhimailo, Alexei, Kabachnik, Nikolay

2000, X, 246 p.

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`It is rich with clear applications of density matrices and tensor operators, many of which are based on the extensive research of the authors and their many collaborators. This book is written in clear English and contains a number of neatly done figures illustrating important points. ...[this book] is a crisp, fresh look at a topic with a relatively broad application, containing numerous and clear examples from the field of atomic collisions and especially helpful mathematical summaries. Written by internationally recognized authorities in the field, it is useful as both a reference book and a textbook for graduate students. Let us welcome this fine addition to our bookshelves.'
Physics Today, April 2001

 

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