|Series||U.S. National Bureau of Standards. Special publication 366 -- supplement 1, NBS special publication -- 366, supp. 1|
|Contributions||Wiese, W. L, Roszman, L. J|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 64 p.|
|Number of Pages||64|
Two volumes of the Bibliography on Atomic Line Shapes and Shifts have been published, in and , by J. R. Fuhr and A. Lesage, covering the period Line Broadening. This database contains references to publications that include numerical data, general information, comments, and reviews on atomic line broadening and shifts, and is part of the collection of the NIST Atomic Spectroscopy Group also maintains another two bibliographic databases. Molecular lines and bands are not considered here. Pointers to other aspects are included and a comprehensive bibliography of work on atomic line shapes, widths, and shifts already exists [,2,3,4,5,6,7]. The perturber may be an electron, a neutral atom or an atomic ion and can interact weakly or strongly with the by: Excerpt. This is the first general, annotated bibliography on atomic line shapes and shifts. It covers exhaustively the atomic spectral line broadening literature in about separate references extending from through March
This is the third supplement to the NBS Special Publication , Bibliography on Atomic Line Shapes and Shifts ( through March ). It contains about references and covers the literature from June through June As before, the bibliography contains five major parts: (1). Bibliography; Author's name Mott, N*Mott, *stein* 2 nd author's name: Keywords/Patterns res*nance, "electron impact" Exp vs Theory. The field of line broadening has been very active during the last three years, as indicated by the proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Spectral Line Shapes (ICSLS), which was held in State College (Pennsylvania, USA) in (Herman ) and by the Supplement 5 to the Bibliography on Atomic Line Shapes and Shifts for the period. J. R. Fuhr, A. Lesage: Bibliography on Atomic Line Shapes and Shifts, Special Publication (National Institute of Standards and Technology, Washington, DC. ), Supplement 4 Google Scholar A. Lesage, J. R. Fuhr: Bibliography on Atomic Line Shapes and Shifts (Observatoire de Paris, Meudon ), Supplement 5 Google Scholar.
This is the second supplement to the NBS Special Publication , Bibliography on Atomic Line Shapes and Shifts ( through March ). It contains about references and covers the. Hans A. Bethe, "Comments on the History of the H-Bomb," Los Alamos Science (Fall ), pp. (A PDF version of this article is available elsewhere on this website.); Peter Galison and Barton Bernstein, "In Any Light: Scientists and the Decision to Build the Superbomb, ," Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 19 (), pp. This site gives facts about the history of the atomic bomb, and World War II. It explains about the atomic bomb's damage and destruction. Primary Sources: 1. "Official American Statements On The Atomic Bombing Of Hiroshima, August 6, " Documents and Readings in the History of Europe Since Chicage: Lippincott, World Book. from book Springer Handbook of Atomic, Collisional Broadening of Spectral Lines. Supplement 3 J. R. Fuhr, A. Lesage: Bibliography on Atomic Line Shapes and Shifts, Special Publication.