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This causes a very small shift in atomic energy levels in the direction of increased
binding. The lowest order added potential is proportional to aq„„ where a = e2/hc
= 1/137 and q„t is the charge producing the external field. It is thus linear in the ...
If ,, (x • n,«)(x • Hn) e _ ] __, ^hfs= —J- V* • |iNS(x)+p^e • (iN-3 1 — ^ — ~— L • M-
nJ (5-73) The expectation values of this Hamiltonian in the various atomic (and
nuclear spin) states yield the hyperfine energy shifts. For spherically symmetric s
Now bma is very large compared to atomic dimensions, especially for large y.
Consequently in dense media there are many atoms lying between the incident
particle's trajectory and the typical atom in question if b is comparable to bm„.
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Introduction and Survey
Introduction to Electrostatics
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