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By P. Kienle (auth.), Daniel Kleppner, Francis M. Pipkin (eds.)

Atomic Physics 7 offers the manuscripts of the invited talks introduced on the 7th overseas convention of Atomic Physics, held at M.I.T. August 4-8, 1980. This convention maintains the culture of the sooner meetings through reviewing vast components of primary atomic physics and comparable topics. as well as the invited talks, 100 and 90 contributed papers have been provided in poster periods. Abstracts of the contributed papers were revealed individually in a small quantity. 300 and fifty members from 13 countries attended the convention. one of many highlights of the convention used to be an old speak via Professor Abraham Pais of Rockefeller collage entitled "The beginning of the Quantum idea: Planck". The manuscript of this speak may be released in different places. Dr. John Bailey offered a conversation at the proton-antiproton process at low power, yet used to be not able to supply a manuscript for this quantity. additionally passed over from those court cases, yet one of many highlights of the convention, are the reviews by means of Professor I. I. Rabi, an energetic player who chaired one consultation and spent a night discussing technology, background and public coverage with graduate scholars on the Conference.

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BRYANT ET AL. J Ean(eV) Fig. 17. The big Ip dip below n =3 (from Ref. 21). 89 Ecm(eVl Fig. 18. The small Ip dip below n = 3. Note that the energy scale has been shifted to correct an error in Fig. 2 of Ref 21. The fitted parameters are unaffected. 22 t h·1S ser1es . 1S 1·· Accord1ng to Ga1·1·1t1S 1m1ted to 4 because of the relativistic splitting of hydrogen at n = 3. The two dips 25 are identified as having the quantum numbers 24 K = 1, T = 1. Greene identifies them as associated with the "+" quantum number of the Fano school.

Mixture of polarizations possibly accounts for the activity betweel the two peaks in Fig. 10. THE INOUCTION OF THE 10 In recent experiments, using the YAG laser we have examined tl behavior of the shape resonance also to much higher field values tl we had available with the nitrogen laser experiments. 10 See Figs. 14 and 15. These data should be compared with the zero field case shown in Fig. 7. Here again we were in for more surprises. 7 x 10 5 V/cm in the cen' of mass) a small bump begins to appear some 120 meV below the shapl and grows approximately quadratically as the field is increased.

A new, large diameter solenoid transport system 48 ) which focuses positrons with high efficiency from the target on a pencil-like plastic scintillator, placed far away from the target on the axis of the solenoid, was taken in operation. The copious high energy 5-rays could be largely suppressed using a helical baffle system adjusted to the spiral motion of the positrons in the axial field. The energy resolution of the plastic scintillator ( ... 28 %) is good enough to measure a continuous spectrum.

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