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Decay of Quasi-Stationary States of Nonrelativistic Quantum Systems in an Intense Electromagnetic Field
2019-04-10T14:59
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We investigate the influence of intense electromagnetic fields on the formation and decay of quasi-stationary states of different quantum systems. Nonlinear equations that determine complex energy values are obtained from the expressions for the probability of the processes in an external electromagnetic field using the analytic continuation method. We obtain asymptotic expansions describing the action of weak and strong electromagnetic fields. If the distances that determine the formation of the processes in superstrong fields decrease significantly, this may lead to effects whose characteristic length scale corresponds to the formalism of the modified QED, i.e., “QED with fundamental mass.”
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Moscow State Academy of Geological Exploration, Moscow, Russia
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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics
0040-5779
2305-3135
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10.1023/a:1014291416458
G. A.
Kravtsova
Pure Mathematics
Kadyshevskii
V. G.
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Moscow Oblast, Russia
V. N.
Rodionov
Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
Moscow State University
Mathematical Sciences
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