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Autor Berkowitz, Joseph, 1930- author.

Título Atomic and molecular photoabsorption : absolute partial cross sections / Joseph Berkowitz.

Publicación London : Academic Press, an imprint of Elsevier, [2015]
Descripción física 1 online resource : illustrations
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Colección ScienceDirect 2015/16
Bibliografía Includes bibliographical references and index..
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Resumen: Atomic and Molecular Photoabsorption: Partial Cross Sections is a companion work to Joseph Berkowitz's earlier work, Atomic and Molecular Photoabsorption: Absolute Total Cross Sections, published with Academic Press in 2002. In this work Joseph Berkowitz selected the "best" absolute partial cross sections for the same species as included in the companion work. A contrast, however, is that photoabsorption measurements, being of order I/Io, do not require the most intense light sources, whereas acquiring data on the products of light interactions with gaseous matter (ions, electrons, various coincidence measurements) has benefited significantly with the arrival of second- and third-generation synchrotrons. The newer devices have also extended the energy range of the light sources to include the K-shells of the species discussed here. The newer light sources encouraged experimentalists to develop improved instrumentation. Thus, the determination of partial cross sections continues to be an active field, with more recent results in some cases superseding earlier ones. Where the accuracy of the absolute partial cross sections is deemed sufficient (less than five percent), numerical tables are included in this new work. In other cases, the available data are presented graphically.
Materia Photoabsorption.
SCIENCE / Physics / Quantum Theory
Photoabsorption. (OCoLC)fst01061491
ISBN 9780128019580 electronic bk.
0128019581 electronic bk.
ISBN/ISSN NZ1 16090948
CHVBK 341788023
CHBIS 010547764
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