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**Lectures on Atomic Physics**

by **Walter R. Johnson** - **University of Notre Dame** , **2006**

This is a set of lecture notes prepared for a course on Atomic Physics for second-year graduate students. The aim in this course was to provide opportunities for hands-on practice in the calculation of atomic wave functions and energies.

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**Atomic Physics**

by **Wim Ubachs** - **Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam** , **2001**

Contents: Historical perspective; Spectroscopy; Bohr model; Schrodinger equation of the hydrogen atom; Optical transitions in a two-level system; Magnetic effects in atoms and the electron spin; Many electron atoms; Energy levels in molecules.

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**Modern Atomic and Nuclear Physics**

by **C. Sharp Cook** - **Van Nostrand** , **1961**

The general coverage of the subject of atomic and nuclear physics provides the student who is planning to continue his studies of physics a reason able base for an understanding of many of the advanced texts and courses that he encounters later.

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**Atomic Physics**

by **P. Ewart** - **University of Oxford** , **2008**

Our aim is to understand Atomic Physics, not just to illustrate the mathematics of Quantum Mechanics. This is both interesting and important, for Atomic Physics is the foundation for a wide range of basic science and practical technology.

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**The Mechanics Of The Atom**

by **Max Born** - **G.Bell And Sons Limited.** , **1927**

This book is a classical work of an atomic physics pioneer. The Mechanics Of The Atom by Max Born is not an elementary textbook, but supposes the reader to have some knowledge of the experimental facts and their explanation.

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**Atomic Spectra Vol II**

by **A. C. Candler** , **1937**

Contents - Complex spectra: Combination of several electrons; Short periods; Long periods; Rare earths; Intensity relations; Sum rules and coupling; Series limit; Hyperfine structure; Quadripole radiation; Fluorescent crystals; etc.

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