Optimized Perturbation Theory for Calculating the Hyperfine Line Shift and Broadening of Heavy Atoms in a Buffer Gas View Full Text


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DATE

2015-04-03

AUTHORS

Olga Yu. Khetselius

ABSTRACT

A consistent relativistic approach, based on the atomic gauge-invariant relativistic perturbation theory and the exchange perturbation theory, is presented and applied to calculating the interatomic potentials, van der Waals constants, hyperfine structure line collision shift and broadening for heavy atoms in an atmosphere of the buffer inert gas. The corresponding data on the collision hyperfine line shift and broadening for the thallium, alkali (Rb, Cs) and lanthanide (ytterbium) atoms in an atmosphere of the inert gas (He, Kr, Xe) are listed and compared with available alternative theoretical and experimental results. More... »

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55-76

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Frontiers in Quantum Methods and Applications in Chemistry and Physics

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978-3-319-14396-5
978-3-319-14397-2

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