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Many-Body Atomic Physics by J. J. Boyle, M. S. Pindzola

By J. J. Boyle, M. S. Pindzola

This ebook is a survey of the sphere of many-body atomic physics. The contributions surround 3 significant parts of study--atomic constitution, atomic photoionization, and electron-atom collisions--and care for the historic improvement of many-body idea, theoretical concerns, and functions. it is going to be an appropriate advent to the sphere for graduate scholars and researchers in atomic physics and quantum chemistry.

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Graphically, this theorem is illustrated in Fig. 6. As before, contracted operators are represented by connected lines at the bottom of a figure. Since the p-h creation (absorption) operators are associated with the orbital lines above (below) the interaction line, we should connect lines at the bottom of diagram A with those at the top of diagram B (pointing in the same direction) in all possible ways (including no connection at all). 26 1 Development of many-body theory v o = —x (X) V 2 = + Fig.

T73^ 14 1 Development of many-body theory Starting from QED, all perturbations can be expanded in powers of the fine-structure constant a and the nuclear charge, Z. It can then be shown that the NVPA in the form given here (with the Coulomb gauge) includes all effects to order (Za) 2 in atomic units, f74' 751 (In relativistic treatments it is customary to use so-called relativistic units, where the speed of light c = 1. The energy values in atomic units are transformed to relativistic units by multiplying by a2).

91) We shall now apply our graphical technique to these equations. 92) where sOVLt (£{n) are the orbital energies of the outgoing (incoming) lines of the wave-operator diagram. This factor appears as an energy denominator in the corresponding expression for Q. The graphical representation of the right hand side of the first-order equation is simply the same as that of the perturbation V (Fig. 4) with the restriction that the terms should lead from the P space to the Q space. This means that there are no free lines at the bottom and there must be at least one free line at the top.

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