Atomic Structure

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CUP Archive, 30 mai 1980 - 658 pages
Professor E. U. Condon's The Theory of Atomic Spectra was the first comprehensive book on the electron structure of atoms, and has become a world-renowned classic. Originally published in 1980, Atomic Structure was the late Professor Condon's final contribution to the literature of this field. Completed by his colleague and former student Halis Odabşi, this book was one of the first integrated accounts of the subject to include such developments as group theory concepts and Racah methods. In addition, Professor Condon presents valuable background information on the history and development of quantum theory. Atomic Structure provides an excellent survey of the field and Professor Condon's unique personal insights will make the book attractive both to practising physicists and advanced undergraduate students.
 

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Prequantum mechanical developments
1
Tables
6
14a Differences in term energies for the np2 configuration 534 14a Differences in term energies for the np2 configuration
14
Negative of the oneelectron energy parameters ea
68
Principles of quantum mechanics
72
Angular momentum
136
Matrices for angular momentum
141
Addition of two angular momenta
144
Threeelectron systems
247
Energy matrices for the spp spp and dụp configurations
251
Equivalentelectron orbitals coefficients of fractional parentage
254
Coefficients of fractional parentage for the p3 and d
257
25a d ASL daSLd2
263
Seniority scheme
265
Energy matrices for the a configurations
267
Alternative method for the a configurations
271

Orbital angular momentum
153
Spinangular momentum
160
Transformation of the la j m under rotations
165
Irreducible tensors
169
Tensor products of irreducible tensors
175
Coupling of more than two angular momenta
177
Centralfield approximation
184
Hydrogenic atoms discrete energy levels
186
Radial functions for hydrogenic atoms
189
General trends of W nl and Pn l r
196
Term structure of configurations
199
Parentage of terms
202
Term energies by the diagonal sum rule
205
Evaluation of Nelectron matrix elements
209
Oneelectron centralfield integrals
213
RussellSaunders term energies
227
RussellSaunders wave functions
229
The analysis for the configuration d3
233
Racah methods 235 5 Racah methods 15 Tensor operators and their matrix elements
236
RussellSaunders term energies for twoelectron systems
240
Projection operators wave functions for twoelectron systems
245
Energy matrices for the ab configurations
279
Van Vlecks theorem
280
Grouptheoretical methods
307
Applications of group theory
376
Symmetries of the spinbasis functions
399
10? Numbers CU1 1U
409
UL UL + for U 00 1 0 1 1 20
419
Branching rules for the reduction SO 21 + 1
427
HartreeFock theory ThomasFermi
449
28a HF values of IPa SL Wb S L Wa S L
474
48a The parameters Go of the radialbasis functions for
480
Configuration structure
491
4ºa HFS values of some electrostatic interaction integrals
513
CGHF values of the total average energies for alternative
521
Ionization potentials for the normal configurations of
528
configuration
534
Appendixes
553
References
613
Name index
641
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