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Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory in Atomic Collisions

  • H. J. Lüdde
Part of the Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics book series (SSAOPP, volume 35)

Abstract

Scattering processes leading to excitation or fragmentation of atomic or molecular systems are a source of information on various physical effects associated with the mutual Coulomb interaction of such many-particle systems. This chapter focuses on the discussion of a quantum—mechanical system (the electrons of the target) influenced by a classical environment (the projectile) that provides the energy that disturbs the electronic system [1] . The classical environment can, for instance, be realized by an intense laser field or an ion beam that imposes its time-dependence on the electronic subsystem and defines a typical timescale for the scattering process — femtoseconds for an electronic system exposed to a laser beam and attoseconds for heavy-particle collisions.

Keywords

Atomic Collision Inclusive Probability Neutral Target Intense Laser Field Strong Laser Field 
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