Introduction to atomic spectra / by Harvey Elliott White.

1st ed.. New York; London : McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1934.

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Other Title Atomic spectra
Subjects Atomaire spectrometrie.
Atomic spectroscopy.
Physique nucléaire.
Spectres atomiques.
Spectroscopie atomique.
Series International series in physics.
Description xii, 457 pages : illustrations, diagrams ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1934.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Early historical developments in atomic spectra -- Introduction to the quantum theory and the Bohr atom -- Sommerfeld's elliptic orbits and space quantization -- Quantum mechanics and the Schrödinger wave equation -- The alkali metals and the periodic table -- Excitation potentials, ionization potentials, and the spectra of ionized atoms -- Penetrating and nonpenetrating orbits in the alkali metals -- Double fine structure and the spinning electron -- Hydrogen fine structure and the Dirac electron -- The Zeeman effect and the Paschen-Back effect -- Singlet and triplet series of two-valence-electron system -- The atom model for two valence electrons -- Zeeman effect, Paschen-Back effect, and the Pauli exclusion principle, for two electrons -- Complex spectra -- The Zeeman effect and magnetic quantum numbers in complex spectra -- X-ray spectra -- Isoelectronic sequences -- Hyperfine structure -- Series perturbations and autoionization -- The Stark effect -- The breadth of spectrum lines.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)244744
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WorldCat Identities White, Harvey Elliott, 1902-1988.
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