1 edition of Molecular beams found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by John Ross.|
|Series||Advances in chemical physics -- Vol.10|
|Contributions||Ross, John, 1926-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||419|
The Advances in Chemical Physics series provides the chemical physics and physical chemistry fields with a forum for critical, authoritative evaluations of advances in every area of the discipline. Filled with cutting-edge research reported in a cohesive manner not found elsewhere in the literature, each volume of the Advances in Chemical Physics series serves as the perfect supplement to any. Sep 01, · Introduction to Molecular Beams Gas Dynamics is devoted to the theory and phenomenology of supersonic molecular beams. The book describes the main physical idea and mathematical methods of the gas dynamics of molecular beams, while the detailed derivation of results and equations is accompanied by an explanation of their physical meaning.
Title: Book Reviews: Molecular Beams: Book Authors: Smith, K. F. Review Author: Estermann, I. Publication: The Scientific Monthly, Volume 82, Issue 6, pp. Offering a glimpse of the current state of the art research, this book suggests future research avenues for ultracold chemistry. The text describes theories needed to understand recent exciting developments in the research on trapping molecules, guiding molecular beams, laser control of molecular rotations, and external field control of.
The book is a history of Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) as applied to the growth of semiconductor thin films (note that it does not cover the subject of metal thin films). It begins by examining the origins of MBE, first of all looking at the nature of molecular beams and considering their application to fundamental physics, to the development of nuclear magnetic resonance and to the invention. Molecular-beam epitaxy takes place in high vacuum or ultra-high vacuum (10 −8 –10 −12 Torr). The most important aspect of MBE is the deposition rate (typically less than 3, nm per hour) that allows the films to grow epitaxially.
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Molecular beams are useful for fabricating thin films in molecular beam epitaxy and artificial structures such as quantum wells, quantum wires, and quantum dots.
Molecular beams have also been applied as crossed molecular beams. The molecules in the molecular beam can be manipulated by electrical fields and magnetic fields.
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This book discusses methods for using atomic and molecular beams for fundamental research in physics, chemistry, spectroscopy. Molecular scattering is discussed including interactions of atoms with surfaces and studies of chemical equilibrium.
Theories and experiments on the interactions of nuclei with atomic and molecular fields and multi-pole expansions of the interactions are derived for. Molecular Beams Norman F. Ramsey Oxford Classic Texts in the Physical Sciences.
This book epresents a notable contribution to the literature of atomic and molecular structure. The introductory section of the book gives us a preliminary survey of experimental apparatus and the Molecular beams book of quantities that can be measured. "Atomic and Molecular Beams" reviews the state of the art in this field both theoretically and experimentally, while simultaneously investigating the many Molecular beams book applications.
The topics covered include among others: laser cooling and manipulation of atoms and moleculesAuthor: Roger Campargue. In a crossed molecular-beam experiment a reaction is studied using collimated beams of reactant molecules. For a @[email protected] reaction, beams of the two reactants are caused to impinge on one another, often at an @[email protected] of 90°.
Atomic and Molecular Beams covers the state of the art in this field both theoretically and experimentally. With many contributions from leading researchers, including several Nobel laureates, this book will serve as a long lasting source of reference on all aspects of fundamental research into or.
Recent Research in Molecular Beam is a collection of scientific papers that have been inspired by Otto Stern, the founder of Molecular Beam Research.
This book is composed of 10 chapters and begins with discussions on the early history of molecular beam research.
Atom, Molecule, and Cluster Beams I: Basic Theory, Production and Detection of Thermal Energy Beams Volume 1 of Atom, Molecule, and Cluster Beams, Hans Pauly Volume 1 of Atom, molecule, and cluster beams: basic theory, production and detection of thermal energy beams / Hans Pauly Volume 28 of Series in Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics.
Molecular Beams - Piezisa 28, Cluj-Napoca - Rated based on Reviews "Best place for hanging like a student perfect and tasty beverages. ♥"/5(). Atomic and Molecular Beams: Production and Collimation explores the latest techniques for producing a beam from any substance as well as from the dissociation of hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and the halogens.
The book not only provides the basic expressions essential to beam design but also offers in-depth coverage of. Molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) is an atomic layer by atomic layer crystal growth technique, based on reaction of molecular or atomic beams with a heated crystalline substrate, performed in an ultra-high vacuum (UHV) environment.
The term “molecular beam epitaxy” was used for the first time in (Cho et al. ).The term “molecular beam” describes a unidirectional kinematic flow of.
Atomic and Molecular Beams: Production and Collimation explores the latest techniques for producing a beam from any substance as well as from the dissociation of hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and the halogens. The book not only provides the basic expressions essential to beam design but also offers in-depth coverage of:Author: Cyril Bernard Lucas.
Molecular beam, any stream or ray of molecules moving in the same general direction, usually in a vacuum—i.e., inside an evacuated chamber. In this context the word molecule includes atoms as a special case.
Most commonly, the molecules comprising the beam are at a low density; that is, they are. He also provides tables of nuclear moments, as well as detailed accounts of nuclear and molecular interactions.
Finally there are sections on atomic fine and hyperfine structure, and the design of experimental apparatus. The focus throughout is on the physics. Book Title:Molecular Beams - Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume X.
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Atomic and Molecular Beams: Production and Collimation explores the latest techniques for producing a beam from any substance as well as from the dissociation of hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and the halogens.
The book not only provides the basic expressions essential to beam design but also offers in-depth coverage of:Price: $ Molecular Beam Epitaxy (Key Papers in Applied Physics) by Alfred Y. Cho and a great selection of Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com book has hardback covers.
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Molecular Beams by Norman F. Ramsey. Paperback $ Ship Molecular and Atomic Beams 2. Gas Kinetics 3. Interaction of a Nucleus with Atomic and Molecular Fields 4. Non-Resonance Measurements of Atomic and Nuclear Magnetic Moments 5.
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Ramsey. A brief history of molecular beams is given along with a detailed description of a typical molecular beam experiment. Schematic diagrams and a photograph are provided.
As an illustration the results of an experiment measuring the radio-frequency spectrum of H2 are given. This measurement gives a value of proton magnetic moment, a measurement of the separation of the two protons in the molecule.
[the book] contains a very comprehensive account of current molecular beam techniques backed up by an extensive bibliography covering publications up to The book will be of great interest to existing molecular beam researchers invaluable to anyone intending to make serious use of molecular beam techniques for the first time."5/5(1).About The Book.
Atomic and molecular beams are employed in physics and chemistry experiments and, to a lesser extent, in the biological sciences.Dec 02, · This book is composed of 10 chapters and begins with discussions on the early history of molecular beam research.
The next chapters describe the velocity distribution measurements made on potassium molecular beams with a fixed-frequency, variable phase velocity selector, along with a brief consideration of the principles and concepts of Book Edition: 1.