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Title: Electron correlation effects in atomic photoionization
Researcher: Aarthi Ganesan
Guide(s): Sudha Deshmukh
Keywords: Photoionization
Shape Resonance
University: Jain University
Completed Date: 09/12/2017
Abstract: Photoionization is a basic process in the field of atomic spectroscopy to understand the characteristics of an atomic/molecular target. The quantum mechanical problem of the hydrogen atom can be solved exactly for its energy eigenvalues and wavefunctions. For a many electron system, approximation methods are essential. Electron correlations play an important role in understanding dynamical processes in the atomic/molecular systems. Observable parameters of the photoionization processes therefore require many-body techniques for comparison with the experimental data. newline
Pagination: 131p.
Appears in Departments:Physics

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