Atom-Photon Interactions: Basic Processes and Applications by Claude Cohen-Tannoudji

By Claude Cohen-Tannoudji

Atom-Photon Interactions: easy methods and functions permits the reader to grasp a number of features of the physics of the interplay among mild and subject. it's dedicated to the examine of the interactions among photons and atoms in atomic and molecular physics, quantum optics, and laser physics. The undemanding methods within which photons are emitted, absorbed, scattered, or exchanged among atoms are taken care of intimately and defined utilizing diagrammatic illustration. The ebook provides various theoretical ways, including:* Perturbative equipment* The resolvent strategy* Use of the grasp equation* The Langevin equation* The optical Bloch equations* The dressed-atom approachEach process is gifted in a self-contained demeanour in order that it can be studied independently. Many functions of those ways to basic and critical actual phenomena are given to demonstrate the aptitude and boundaries of every technique.

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