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Scattering Of Photons By Many-electron Systems

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Thesubjectofthismonographistheresultsoftherecenttheoreticalstudiesof the nature and the role of many-particleand orientation e?ects in the process of anomalouselastic scattering of X-ray photon by free atom, atomic ion, and linear molecule. Theoretical and experimental investigations of anomalous elastic scatt- ing of X-rayphoton havingenergyin the rangeof0. 35keV? ???1. 4MeV by a many-electron system are immediate requirements in modern fundamental and applied physics from the point of view of the conditions of the anomalous dispersion when an incident photon energy is close to that of an inner-shell ionization thresholds. They are important, ?rstly, because of the construction and subsequent application of the X-ray free electron laser and because of laboratory-plasma X-ray laser generation. Also, it is urgent to solve imp- tant problems, such as maintaining a laser thermonuclear fusion, as well as majority of problems in plasma physics, ionizing radiation physics, surface physics, metal and semiconductor physics, and astrophysics. However,in spite of the existence of a generalquantum-mechanicaltheory for the process of anomalous scattering of the electromagnetic radiation by matter, following from the works by Kramers and Heisenberg (1925) [1] and Waller (1928,1929) [2,3], both the calculation methods and the assignments of the anomalously dispersive regions of the elastic scattering spectra in the immediate vicinity (?1/ 100 eV) of the inner-shell ionization thresholds of free atom,atomicion, andmolecule areabsentin the worldscienti?cpractice, including the many-particle e?ects. Indeed, the existing methods within the anomalously dispersive regions of elastic scattering lead to in?nite (nonph- ical) intensities of the di?erential cross-section resonances.


Proust Writing Photography

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The importance of vision and visual arts such as painting, theatre, and sculpture in Marcel Proust's A la recherche du temps perdu has long been affirmed; another significant system of visual representation in the novel is photography. Proust appropriated photography as a practice with its own distinctive characteristics which could inform his writing about the processes of perception and memory. Through close textual analysis of scenes where photography is experienced or observed as a practice, and scenes where photography is written into the body of the text, Aine Larkin offers an invigorating new study that sheds genuinely new light on the presence of photographic motifs in Proust's novel, and the subtlety of Proust's engagement with this modern imaging system in his work.


Scattering Of Photons By Many-electron Systems

RRP $574.99

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Thesubjectofthismonographistheresultsoftherecenttheoreticalstudiesof the nature and the role of many-particleand orientation e?ects in the process of anomalouselastic scattering of X-ray photon by free atom, atomic ion, and linear molecule. Theoretical and experimental investigations of anomalous elastic scatt- ing of X-rayphoton havingenergyin the rangeof0. 35keV? ???1. 4MeV by a many-electron system are immediate requirements in modern fundamental and applied physics from the point of view of the conditions of the anomalous dispersion when an incident photon energy is close to that of an inner-shell ionization thresholds. They are important, ?rstly, because of the construction and subsequent application of the X-ray free electron laser and because of laboratory-plasma X-ray laser generation. Also, it is urgent to solve imp- tant problems, such as maintaining a laser thermonuclear fusion, as well as majority of problems in plasma physics, ionizing radiation physics, surface physics, metal and semiconductor physics, and astrophysics. However,in spite of the existence of a generalquantum-mechanicaltheory for the process of anomalous scattering of the electromagnetic radiation by matter, following from the works by Kramers and Heisenberg (1925) [1] and Waller (1928,1929) [2,3], both the calculation methods and the assignments of the anomalously dispersive regions of the elastic scattering spectra in the immediate vicinity (?1/ 100 eV) of the inner-shell ionization thresholds of free atom,atomicion, andmolecule areabsentin the worldscienti?cpractice, including the many-particle e?ects. Indeed, the existing methods within the anomalously dispersive regions of elastic scattering lead to in?nite (nonph- ical) intensities of the di?erential cross-section resonances.


Modern Electromagnetic Scattering Theory With Applications

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Besides classical applications (radar and stealth, antennas, microwave engineering), scattering and diffraction are enabling phenomena for some emerging research fields (artificial electromagnetic materials or metamaterials, terahertz technologies, electromagnetic aspects of nano-science). This book is a tutorial for advanced students who need to study diffraction theory. The textbook gives fundamental knowledge about scattering and diffraction of electromagnetic waves and provides some working examples of solutions for practical high-frequency scattering and diffraction problems. <p> The book focuses on the most important diffraction effects and mechanisms influencing the scattering process and describes efficient and physically justified simulation methods &#8211; physical optics (PO) and the physical theory of diffraction (PTD) &#8211; applicable in typical remote sensing scenarios. <p> The material is presented in a comprehensible and logical form, which relates the presented results to the basic principles of electromagnetic theory. <p> The book&#160;covers: <ol> <li>basic definitions and equations (Maxwell&#8217;s equations, boundary conditions, edge conditions, radiation conditions, radiation integral, scattering matrix and RCS); <li>basic solution methods (separation of variables, Wiener-Hopf technique, Watson transformation, geometrical optics, geometrical theory of diffraction, physical optics, and physical theory of diffraction); <li>solutions of Maxwell&#8217;s equations for basic canonical geometries (a flat material interface, a circular cylinder, a sphere, a wedge, a half plane, a circular disc, an open-ended waveguide, and a cone) and their detailed analysis; <li>explanations of fundamental scattering phenomena (edge and tip singularities, reflection from smoothly curved surfaces and flat non-metallic surfaces, edge-diffracted waves, creeping waves, multiply reflected / diffracted waves, surface waves, waveguide modes, tip-diffracted waves); <li>a PTD-based approach for simulation of scattering and diffraction from generally shaped targets. </ol>


A Photographic Guide To Birds Of Australia

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The book is aimed directly at field identification. For those species that are sexually dimorphic, have both breeding and non-breeding plumages, or in which the juvenile plumage differs markedly from that of the adult, more than one photograph has been included. Thumbnail silhouettes aid the reader in quickly locating the correct group of birds, and for each species account a map shows the bird's distribution.

About the Author

Peter Rowland was born in 1938 and has lived in NE London all his life. Was maried for more than 30 years but, sadly, became a widower in 1993. Graduated with honours from Bristol University in 1960. Worked in local goverment (primarily the Greater London Council) until 1998, but pursued a parallel career as a historian and biographer (and occasional novelist). His most well-known achievements, to date, have been a biography of David Lloyd George (1975) and engaging the services of Mr Sherlock Holmes to solve the mystery of Edwin Drood (1991). But he has tackled a considerable number of other subjects.

Produced first-ever biography of E.W. Hornung, creator of Raffles, and rediscovered 'Lanoe Falconer' (pseudonym of Victorian author Mary E. Hawker), writing her biography and tracking down many of her "lost" stories. Currently working on a biography of William George, Lloyd George's father, and then hopes to produce one of Thomas Hood. His interests include vintage films, rambling, photography and music.



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