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100 1  Salzmann, David 
245 10 Atomic Physics in Hot Plasmas 
264  1 Cary :|bOxford University Press, Incorporated,|c1998 
264  4 |c©1998 
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490 1  International Series of Monographs on Physics Ser. ;|vv.97
505 0  Intro -- Contents -- 1 Introductory Remarks, Notations, 
       and Units -- 1.1 The scope of this book -- 1.2 The basic 
       plasma parameters -- 1.3 Statistics, temperature, velocity,
       and energy distributions -- 1.4 Variations in space and 
       time -- 1.5 Units -- 2 Modeling of the Atomic Potential in
       Hot Plasmas -- 2.1 General properties of the models -- 2.2
       The Debye-Hückel theory -- 2.3 The plasma coupling 
       constant -- 2.4 The Thomas-Fermi statistical model -- 2.5 
       Ion sphere models -- 2.6 Ion correlation models -- 2.7 
       Statistical theories -- 3 Atomic Properties in Hot Plasmas
       -- 3.1 A few introductory remarks -- 3.2 Atomic level 
       shifts and continuum lowering -- 3.3 Continuum lowering in
       weakly coupled plasmas -- 3.4 The partition function -- 
       3.5 Line shift in plasmas -- 4 Atomic Processes in Hot 
       Plasmas -- 4.1 Classification of the atomic processes -- 
       4.2 Definitions and general behavior -- 4.3 The detailed 
       balance principle -- 4.4 Atomic energy levels -- 4.5 
       Atomic transition probabilities -- 4.6 Electron impact 
       excitation and deexcitation -- 4.7 Electron impact 
       ionization and three-body recombination -- 4.8 
       Photoionization and radiative recombination -- 4.9 
       Autoionization and dielectronic recombination -- 5 
       Population Distributions -- 5.1 General description -- 5.2
       Local Thermodynamic Equilibrium -- 5.3 Corona Equilibrium 
       -- 5.4 The Collisional Radiative Steady State -- 5.5 Low 
       density plasmas -- 5.6 The average atom model -- 5.7 
       Validity conditions for LTE and CE -- 5.8 A remark on the 
       dependence of the sensitivity of the CRSS calculations on 
       the accuracy of the rate coefficients -- 5.9 Time-
       dependent models -- 6 The Emission Spectrum -- 6.1 The 
       continuous spectrum -- 6.2 The line spectrum-isolated 
       lines -- 6.3 Satellites -- 6.4 Unresolved Transition 
       Arrays (UTAs) -- 6.5 Super transition arrays (STAs) -- 7 
       Line Broadening -- 7.1 Introduction 
505 8  7.2 What is line broadening? -- 7.3 Natural line 
       broadening -- 7.4 Doppler broadening -- 7.5 Electron 
       impact broadening -- 7.6 Quasi-static Stark broadening -- 
       7.7 Line broadening: Lyman series -- 8 Experimental 
       Considerations: Plasma Diagnostics -- 8.1 Measurements of 
       the continuous spectrum -- 8.2 Measurements of the line 
       spectrum -- 8.3 Space-resolved plasma diagnostics -- 8.4 
       Time-resolved spectra -- 8.5 The line width -- 9 The 
       Absorption Spectrum and Radiation Transport -- 9.1 Basic 
       definitions of the radiation field -- 9.2 The radiation 
       field in thermodynamic equilibrium: the black body 
       radiation -- 9.3 Absorption of photons by a material 
       medium -- 9.4 The continuous photoabsorption cross section
       -- 9.5 The line photoabsorption cross section -- 9.6 The 
       basic radiation transport equation -- 9.7 Radiation 
       transport in plasmas: examples -- 9.8 Diffusion 
       approximation, radiative heat conduction, and Rosseland 
       mean free path -- 10 Applications -- 10.1 X-ray lasers -- 
       10.2 Applications of high intensity X-ray sources -- 
       References -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- 
       H -- I -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -
       - U -- V -- W -- X 
520    1. Introductory Remarks, Notations, and Units2. Modeling 
       of the Atomic Potential in Hot Plasmas3. Atomic Properties
       in Hot Plasmas4. Atomic Processes in Hot Plasmas5. 
       Population Distributions6. The Emission Spectrum7. Line 
       Broadening8. Experimental Considerations: Plasma 
       Diagnostics9. The Absorption Spectrum and Radiation 
       Transport10. Applications 
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