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The E-mail message field is required. Walker, Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin. The authors show for the first time that modern scientific computing software makes it practical to analyze the full, multilevel system of optically pumped atoms. This unique approach allows modelling under most experimental conditions, e. The authors show for the first time that modern scientific computing software makes it practical to analyze the full, multilevel system of optically pumped atoms. The reader of this book should have a basic understanding of quantum mechanics, atomic physics, optics and magnetic resonance. D from Princeton University and continued to work with Professor Happer as a research associate and the Instructor in Physics.

Yuan-Yu Jau obtained his Ph. Yuan-Yu Jau obtained his Ph. This unique approach allows modelling under most experimental conditions, e. The reader of this book should have a basic understanding of quantum mechanics, atomic physics, optics and magnetic resonance. William Happer, Chairman of the Marshall Institute and professor in the Department of Physics at Princeton University, is a specialist in modern optics, optical and radiofrequency spectroscopy of atoms and molecules, and spin-polarized atoms and nuclei. From 1991 to 1993, he served as Director of Energy Research in the Department of Energy and on his return to Princeton, he was named Eugene Higgins Professor of Physics and Chair of the University Research Board.

Jau, Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin; T. Covering the most important knowledge on optical pumping of atoms, this ready reference is backed by numerous examples of modelling computation for optical pumped systems. This unique approach allows modelling under most experimental conditions, e. The reader of this book should have a basic understanding of quantum mechanics, atomic physics, optics and magnetic resonance. To make most effective use of contemporary mathematical software, it is especially useful to analyze optical pumping situations in the Liouville space of density matrices rather than in the traditional Hilbert space of wave functions. .

The reader of this book should have a basic understanding of quantum mechanics, atomic physics, optics and magnetic resonance. Yuan-Yu Jau obtained his Ph. D from Princeton University and continued to work with Professor Happer as a research associate and the Instructor in Physics. From 1991 to 1993, he served as Director of Energy Research in the Department of Energy and on his return to Princeton, he was named Eugene Higgins Professor of Physics and Chair of the University Research Board. To make most effective use of contemporary mathematical software, it is especially useful to analyze optical pumping situations in the Liouville space of density matrices rather than in the traditional Hilbert space of wave functions. The authors show for the first time that modern scientific computing software makes it practical to analyze the full, multilevel system of optically pumped atoms. To make most effective use of contemporary mathematical software, it is especially useful to analyze optical pumping situations in the Liouville space of density matrices rather than in the traditional Hilbert space of wave functions.

William Happer, Chairman of the Marshall Institute and professor in the Department of Physics at Princeton University, is a specialist in modern optics, optical and radiofrequency spectroscopy of atoms and molecules, and spin-polarized atoms and nuclei. Vorgestellt wird der moderne Kenntnisstand auf dem Gebiet des optischen Pumpens von Atomen. Happer, Department of Physics, University of Princeton; Y. Covering the most important knowledge on optical pumping of atoms, this ready reference is backed by numerous examples of modelling computation for optical pumped systems. The reader of this book should have a basic understanding of quantum mechanics, atomic physics, optics and magnetic resonance.

Subject category Particle Physics - Theory Abstract Covering the most important knowledge on optical pumping of atoms, this ready reference is backed by numerous examples of modelling computation for optical pumped systems. Der neuartige Ansatz der Autoren eignet sich fÃ¼r Modellierungen unter den meisten experimentellen Bedingungen magnetische Resonanz mit oszillierenden Magnetfeldern, magnetooptischen KrÃ¤ften und Spinrelaxation. The authors show for the first time that modern scientific computing software makes it practical to analyze the full, multilevel system of optically pumped atoms. The authors show for the first time that modern scientific computing software makes it practical to analyze the full, multilevel system of optically pumped atoms. To make most effective use of contemporary mathematical software, it is especially useful to analyze optical pumping situations in the Liouville space of density matrices rather than in the traditional Hilbert space of wave functions. Author Biography William Happer, Chairman of the Marshall Institute and professor in the Department of Physics at Princeton University, is a specialist in modern optics, optical and radiofrequency spectroscopy of atoms and molecules, and spin-polarized atoms and nuclei. Covering the most important knowledge on optical pumping of atoms, this ready reference is backed by numerous examples of modelling computation for optical pumped systems.

This unique approach allows modelling under most experimental conditions, e. From 1991 to 1993, he served as Director of Energy Research in the Department of Energy and on his return to Princeton, he was named Eugene Higgins Professor of Physics and Chair of the University Research Board. The authors show for the first time that modern scientific computing software makes it practical to analyze the full, multilevel system of optically pumped atoms. Responsibility: William Happer, Yuan-Yu Jau and Thad Walker. This unique approach allows modelling under most experimental conditions, e.

Covering the most important knowledge on optical pumping of atoms, this ready reference is backed by numerous examples of modelling computation for optical pumped systems. The authors show for the first time that modern scientific computing software makes it practical to analyze the full, multilevel system of optically pumped atoms. D from Princeton University and continued to work with Professor Happer as a research associate and the Instructor in Physics. To make most effective use of contemporary mathematical software, it is especially useful to analyze optical pumping situations in the Liouville space of density matrices rather than in the traditional Hilbert space of wave functions. . . .