44.Photonics Technology by John G. Webster (Editor)

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The main steps of the derivation involve Fourier-transforming the driven wave equation into momentum space, where ѨȐ Ǟ ikȐ, and using a complex contour integral to avoid the poles corresponding to the vacuum dispersion on the past and future light-cones. There are two distinct solutions corresponding to retarded and advanced waves propagating at c in a vacuum in the absence of any structure: G± = − 1 ± x0 − x0 |x0 − x0 | δ(s2 ) (18) where s2 ϭ (x Ϫ xЈ)Ȑ(x Ϫ xЈ)Ȑ is the space-time interval, and (x0 Ϫ xЈ0) is the time-like separation.

10). CHEMICAL LASERS Table 2. 0 ϫ ϫ ϫ ϫ ϫ ϫ ϫ ϫ ϫ ϫ ϫ 10Ϫ17 10Ϫ12 10Ϫ12 10Ϫ15 10Ϫ11 10Ϫ10 10Ϫ10 10Ϫ11 10Ϫ11 10Ϫ13 10Ϫ12 collision producing ground-state atomic iodine. The resulting iodine atoms are rapidly excited to the spin-orbit state, I(2P1/2), by energy transfer. The dissociation then rapidly accelerates as I(2P1/2) replaces O2(a 1⌬) as the dominant partner for production of I*2 . This dissociation process removes at least 2, and sometimes as many as 6 to 18, O2(a 1⌬) molecules per dissociated I2 molecule, depending on the rate for deactivating the intermediate, I*2 , and any quenching of I(2P1/2).

W6009 Article Online Posting Date: December 27, 1999 Abstract | Full Text: HTML PDF (232K) ● ● ● ● Recommend to Your Librarian Save title to My Profile Email this page Print this page Browse this title ● Search this title Enter words or phrases ❍ ❍ ❍ Advanced Product Search Search All Content Acronym Finder Abstract The sections in this article are Coherence in Free-Electron Devices Coherence in Quantum Devices Coherent Effects in Laser Produced Plasmas Keywords: auger effect; autoionisation; photoionization; resonant states; states decay coherences; photoionization; nondegenerate states; nondegenerate resonant states; auger electrons; residual doubly; cross section; angular distributions; angular correlations About Wiley InterScience | About Wiley | Privacy | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1999-2008John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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