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Operator Perturbation Theory for Atomic Systems in a Strong DC Electric Field

  • Alexander V. GlushkovEmail author
Part of the Progress in Theoretical Chemistry and Physics book series (PTCP, volume 27)

Abstract

A consistent uniform quantum approach to the solution of the non-stationary state problems including the DC (Direct Current) strong-field Stark effect and also scattering problem is presented. It is based on the operator form of the perturbation theory for the Schrödinger equation. The method includes the physically reasonable distorted-waves approximation in the frame of the formally exact quantum-mechanical procedure. The zero-order Hamiltonian possessing only stationary states is determined only by its spectrum without specifying its explicit form. The method allows calculating the resonance complex energies and widths plus a complete orthogonal complementary of the scattering state functions. The calculation results of the Stark resonance energies and widths for the hydrogen and sodium atoms are presented and compared with other theoretical data.

Keywords

Stark Effect Quantum Defect Uniform Electric Field Dielectronic Recombination Complex Scaling 
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Notes

Acknowledgements

The author would like to thank Prof. Jean Maruani and Prof. Matti Hotokka (the organizer of QSCP XVII-2012, Turku, Finland) for the friendly cooperation and invaluable advises.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Odessa State University—OSENUOdessa-9Ukraine

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