By Sudeep Banerjee, G. Ravindra Kumar (auth.), Krishan K. Sud, Upendra N. Upadhyaya (eds.)
Contemporary study in atomic and molecular physics matters itself with reviews of interactions of electron, positron, photons, and ions with atoms, molecules, and clusters; interactions of extreme ultrashort laser interplay with atoms, molecules, and solids; laser assisted atomic collisions, optical, and magnetic traps of impartial atoms to provide ultracold and dense samples; excessive answer atomic spectroscopy and experiments by utilizing synchrotron radiation assets and ion garage earrings. lately, vital advances were made within the experimental in addition to theoretical realizing of atomic and molecular physics. The advances in atomic and molecu lar physics have helped us to appreciate many different fields, like astrophyics, atmo spheric physics, environmental technological know-how, laser physics, floor physics, computational physics, photonics, and electronics. XII nationwide convention on Atomic and Molecular Physics used to be held on the Physics division, M. 1. S. college, Udaipur from twenty ninth Dec. 1998 to 2ndJan. 1999 lower than the auspices of the Indian Society of Atomic and Molecular Physics. This quantity is an final result of the contributions from the invited audio system on the convention. the amount includes 24 articles contributed by means of the celebrated scientists within the box. The contrib utors have coated a variety of themes within the box within which present examine is being performed. This additionally displays the fad of analysis during this box in Indian universities and learn institutes. we're thankful to the nationwide programme committee, nationwide, and native organiz ing committees, and individuals of the Physics division and desktop Centre, M. 1.
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Trends in Atomic and Molecular Physics by Sudeep Banerjee, G. Ravindra Kumar (auth.), Krishan K. Sud, Upendra N. Upadhyaya (eds.)