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DATE

1990

AUTHORS

Giulio Casati

ABSTRACT

We discuss the quantum behaviour of systems which exhibit deterministic chaos in the classical limit. To this end we first examine the motion of a rotator under an external time-periodic δ-like perturbation. When the perturbation is strong enough, the classical motion is chaotic and diffusive while the quantum excitation remains strongly localized. A similar phenomenon takes place in the more physical problem of an hydrogen atom irradiated by a linearly polarized microwave field. In this latter case however, there exists a critical value of the microwave field intensity above which localization is destroyed and strong quantum excitation takes place. Numerical computations confirm the above theoretical predictions which also agree with the experimental results so far available. More... »

PAGES

231-245

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1979. Stochastic behavior of a quantum pendulum under a periodic perturbation in STOCHASTIC BEHAVIOR IN CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM HAMILTONIAN SYSTEMS
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    Atoms in Strong Fields

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    978-1-4757-9336-9
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