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A comprehensive description of the theoretical foundations and experimental applications of spectroscopic methods in plasmas.This monograph presents a comprehensive description of the theoretical foundations and experimental applications of spectroscopic methods in plasma physics research. The first three chapters introduce the classical and quantum theory of radiation, with detailed descriptions of line strengths and high density effects. The next chapter describes theoretical and experimental aspects of spectral line broadening. The following five chapters are concerned with continuous spectra, level kinetics and cross sections, thermodynamic equilibrium relations, radiative energy transfer, and radiative energy losses. The book concludes with three chapters covering the basics of various applications of plasma spectroscopy to density and temperature measurements and to the determination of some other plasma properties. Over one thousand references not only guide the reader to original research covered in the chapters, but also to experimental details and instrumentation. This will be an important text and reference for all those working on plasmas in physics, optics, nuclear engineering, and chemistry, as well as astronomy, astrophysics and space physics.Table of content:Preface; Symbols; 1. Classical theory of radiation; 2. Quantum theory of radiation; 3. Oscillator and line strengths; 4. Spectral line broadening; 5. Continuous spectra; 6. Cross sections and level kinetics; 7. Thermodynamic equilibrium relations; 8. Radiative energy transfer; 9. Radiation losses; 10. Spectroscopic density measurements; 11. Spectroscopic temperature measurements; 12. Other diagnostic applications of plasma spectroscopy; References; Index. Buch / Mathematik, Naturwissenschaft & Technik, [PU: Cambridge University Press]

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This monograph presents a comprehensive description of the theoretical foundations and experimental applications of spectroscopic methods in plasma physics research. The first three chapters introduce the classical and quantum theory of radiation, with detailed descriptions of line strengths and high density effects. The next chapter describes theoretical and experimental aspects of spectral line broadening. The following five chapters are concerned with continuous spectra, level kinetics and cross sections, thermodynamic equilibrium relations, radiative energy transfer, and radiative energy losses. The book concludes with three chapters covering the basics of various applications of plasma spectroscopy to density and temperature measurements and to the determination of some other plasma properties. Over one thousand references not only guide the reader to original research covered in the chapters, but also to experimental details and instrumentation. This will be an important text and reference for all those working on plasmas in physics, optics, nuclear engineering, and chemistry, as well as astronomy, astrophysics and space physics. Hans R. Griem, Books, Science and Nature, Principles of Plasma Spectroscopy: PRINCIPLES OF PLASMA SPECTROSC Books>Science and Nature, Cambridge University Press

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This monograph presents a comprehensive description of the theoretical foundations and experimental applications of spectroscopic methods in plasma physics research. The first three chapters introduce the classical and quantum theory of radiation, with detailed descriptions of line strengths and high density effects. The next chapter describes theoretical and experimental aspects of spectral line broadening. The following five chapters are concerned with continuous spectra, level kinetics and cross sections, thermodynamic equilibrium relations, radiative energy transfer, and radiative energy losses. The book concludes with three chapters covering the basics of various applications of plasma spectroscopy to density and temperature measurements and to the determination of some other plasma properties. Over one thousand references not only guide the reader to original research covered in the chapters, but also to experimental details and instrumentation. This will be an important text and reference for all those working on plasmas in physics, optics, nuclear engineering, and chemistry, as well as astronomy, astrophysics and space physics. atomic and nuclear physics,nuclear physics,physics,quantum theory,science,science and math,science and math,science and scientists,science and technology,solid-state physics Physics, Cambridge University Press

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This monograph presents a comprehensive description of the theoretical foundations and experimental applications of spectroscopic methods in plasma physics research. The first three chapters introduce the classical and quantum theory of radiation, with detailed descriptions of line strengths and high density effects. The next chapter describes theoretical and experimental aspects of spectral line broadening. The following five chapters are concerned with continuous spectra, level kinetics and cross sections, thermodynamic equilibrium relations, radiative energy transfer, and radiative energy losses. The book concludes with three chapters covering the basics of various applications of plasma spectroscopy to density and temperature measurements and to the determination of some other plasma properties. Over one thousand references not only guide the reader to original research covered in the chapters, but also to experimental details and instrumentation. This will be an important text and reference for all those working on plasmas in physics, optics, nuclear engineering, and chemistry, as well as astronomy, astrophysics and space physics. Principles of Plasma Spectroscopy Griem, Hans R. / Hans R., Griem / Haines, M. G., Cambridge University Press

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** Details of the book - Principles of Plasma Spectroscopy**

EAN (ISBN-13): 9780521619417

ISBN (ISBN-10): 0521619416

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Publishing year: 2005

Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR

388 Pages

Weight: 0,689 kg

Language: eng/Englisch

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