Advances in Spectroscopy for Lasers and Sensing (Nato by Baldassare Di Bartolo, Ottavio Forte

By Baldassare Di Bartolo, Ottavio Forte

This quantity provides the complaints of "New improvement in Optics and similar Fields," held in Italy in June, 2005. This assembly was once prepared by way of the overseas college of Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy of the "Ettore Majorana" middle for clinical tradition. the aim of this Institute used to be to supply a finished and coherent remedy of the recent suggestions and modern advancements in optics and similar fields.

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H = − 2m ∂x2 ρ(x, x ; t) (83) (84) H is given by (84) by replacing x by x . Eq. (83) is valid for a particle in an arbitrary potential. Relaxation rate γ and decoherence parameter Λ are considered as independent parameters. Scattering of the oscillator particle by a flux of particles from the environment enforces decoherence with a rate of (85) Λ = nvσsc k 2 . Ralph v. Baltz 54 TABLE I. Some values of the localization rate (1/s). [41]. free electron 10−3 cm dust particle bowling ball sunlight on earth 10 1020 1028 300K photons 1 1019 1027 3K cosmic radiation 10−10 106 1017 solar neutrinos 10−15 10 1013 nv is the flux and k the wave number of the incoming particles with cross section σsc .

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