Action of Multidimensional Dynamic Electric Fields on Coulomb Emitters
This chapter is mostly devoted to dynamic resonances in atomic (or ionic) spectra. In contrast to the usual resonance case in which a dynamic field resonates with an unperturbed (or slightly perturbed) atom, a dynamic resonance occurs only when the separation between the energy levels is strongly changed by the dynamic field. The second distinctive feature of the dynamic resonance is its multifrequency nature (in spite of the fact that the dynamic field is single-mode). In the last section of this chapter the opposite case is treated in which a dynamic field is too high-frequency or too strong to produce resonances [4.1–7].
KeywordsSchrOdinger Equation Principal Quantum Number Dynamic Field Side Component Dynamic Resonance
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