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Physics of Highly Charged Ions

Author: Ratko K Janev; L P Presni︠a︡kov; V P Shevelʹko
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1985.
Series: Springer series in electrophysics, 13.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The physics of highly charged ions has become an essential ingredient of many modern research fields, such as x-ray astronomy and astrophysics, con trolled thermonuclear fusion, heavy ion nuclear physics, charged particle ac celerator physics, beam-foil spectroscopy, creation of xuv and x-ray lasers, etc. A broad spectrum of phenomena in high-temperature laboratory and astrophysical plasmas, as well as many aspects  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ratko K Janev; L P Presni︠a︡kov; V P Shevelʹko
ISBN: 9783642691959 3642691951
OCLC Number: 851823278
Description: 1 online resource (volumes).
Contents: 1. Introduction --
1.1 General Overview --
1.2 Basic Features of Highly Charged Ions and Their Interactions --
1.3 Highly Charged Ions in Astrophysics --
1.4 Highly Charged Ions in Controlled Thermonuclear Fusion Research --
1.5 Highly Charged Ions in Accelerator-Based Physics and Other Research Fields --
1.6 Scope of the Book --
2. Structure and Spectra of Highly Charged Ions --
2.1 General Properties of the Spectra --
2.2 Satellites of the Spectral Lines --
2.3 Classification of the States and Spectral Lines of Multiply Charged Ions --
2.4 Relativistic and Radiative Effects --
2.5 Decay of Excited Ionic States. Radiation and Autoionization --
2.6 Static and Dynamic Dipole Polarizabilities of Multiply Charged Ions --
3. Radiative Processes in the Continuous Spectrum --
3.1 Bremsstrahlung --
3.2 Photoionization and Photorecombination --
3.3 Dielectronic Recombination --
3.4 Autoionization --
4. Electron Collisions with Highly Charged Ions: General Theory and Excitation Processes --
4.1 Introductory Remarks --
4.2 Basic Equations --
4.3 Effective-Range Theory for Attractive Coulomb Field --
4.4 Quantum Defect Method. The Seaton Theory --
4.5 Correct Asymptotic Expansion. Influence of Dielectronic Recombination --
4.6 Results of Calculations and Experimental Data --
5. Electron-Impact Ionization of Highly Charged Ions --
5.1 One-Electron Ionization. General Remarks --
5.2 Exchange Effects in Ionization. The Peterkop Theory --
5.3 Threshold Behaviour of the Cross Section --
5.4 Quantum-Mechanical Methods for Ionization Cross Section Calculations --
5.5 Classical and Semi-Empirical Formulae --
5.6 Excitation-Autoionization --
5.7 Experimental Data and Comparison with Theoretical Calculations --
5.8 Analytic Approximations for the Quantum-Mechanical Cross Sections --
6. Collisions of Atoms with Highly Charged Ions: General Theoretical Description --
6.1 Two-Coulomb-Centre Problem --
6.2 Close-Coupling Methods --
6.3 Perturbation Methods --
6.3.5 Second-Order and Related Approximations --
6.4 Classical Descriptions --
7. Collisions of Atoms (Ions, Molecules) with Highly Charged Ions: Charge-Transfer Processes --
7.1 General Considerations --
7.2 Charge Exchange at Low Energies --
7.3 Electron Capture at Intermediate Energies --
7.4 Electron Capture at High Energies --
7.5 General Features of Single-Charge-Transfer Cross Sections --
7.6 Single-Charge Transfer in Ion-Ion and Ion-Molecule Collisions --
7.7 Multiple-Charge Transfer --
8. Collisions of Atoms (Ions) with Highly Charged Ions: Excitation and Ionization --
8.1 Basic Electron Transition Mechanisms --
8.2 Excitation Processes --
8.3 Single-Electron Ionization --
8.4 Electron Loss and Stripping Processes --
9. Auger, Inner-Shell and Related Processes --
9.1 Collisional Auger Processes Involving Outer Shells --
9.2 Inner-Shell Processes --
9.3 Some Aspects of Quasi-Molecule and Quasi-Atom Formation in Heavy Ion Collisions --
10. Rate Coefficients of Elementary Processes --
10.1 Energy (Velocity) Distribution Function --
10.2 Electron-Impact Excitation --
10.3 Electron-Impact Ionization --
10.4 Photorecombination --
10.5 Dielectronic Recombination --
10.6 Charge Transfer --
References.
Series Title: Springer series in electrophysics, 13.
Responsibility: by Ratko K. Janev, Leonid P. Presnyakov, Vjatcheslav P. Shevelko.

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