Theory of light hydrogenic bound states
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Foreword.- Theoretical Approaches to the Energy Levels of Loosely Bound Systems.- General Features of the Hydrogen Energy Levels.- External Field Approximation.- Essentially Two-Particle Recoil Corrections.- Radiative-Recoil Corrections.- Nuclear Size and Structure Corrections.- Weak Interaction Contribution.- Lamb Shift in Light Muonic Atoms.- Physical Origin of the Hyperfine Splitting and the Main Nonrelativistic Contribution.- External Field Approximation.- Essentially Two-Body Corrections to HFS.
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- Publisher's Summary
- The book describes the modern theory of light hydrogen-like systems, and the discussion is based on quantum electrodynamics. In particular, Green's functions, relativistic bound-state equations and Feynman diagrams are extensively used. New theoretical approaches are described and explained. The book contains derivation of many theoretical results obtained in recent years. A complete set of all theoretical results for the energy levels of hydrogen-like bound states, as well as comparison with experiment, is presented.
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- Publication date
- Michael I. Eides, Howard Grotch, Valery A. Shelyuto.
- Springer tracts in modern physics, 0081-3869 ; v. 222
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