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C. Cohen-Tannoudji, B. Diu, F. Laloe, Quantum Mechanics Wiley-Interscience, New York (1977). [Pg.17]

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Cohen-Tannoudji, C. Diu, B. Laloe, F. Quantum Mechanics, second ed. Jon Wiley New York, 1977. [Pg.32]

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Cohen-Tannoudji J., Lavenet C., Locatelli A., Teillet Y. and Signoret J.R (1989). Non involvement of the accessory olfactory system in the LH reponse of anestrous ewes to male odor. J Reprod Fertil 86, 135-144. [Pg.197]

More elementary introductions to the material in the rest of this section can be found in Messiah (1976) or Cohen-Tannoudji, Diu, and Laloe (1977). More detailed discussions are available in Fano and Racah (1959), Edmonds (1960), Brink and Satchler (1968), de Shalit and Talmi (1963), and Judd (1975). Zare (1988) is particularly useful on both the theory and the manner of its application. Special reference to diatomic molecules is made by Judd (1975) and Mizushima (1975). The close connection to Lie algebra is emphasized by Biedenham and Louck (1981). A summary of the results we need is in Appendix B. [Pg.20]

L. Cohen-Tannoudji, E. Bertrand, L. Bressy, C. Goubault, J. Baudry, J. Klein, J.-E. Joanny, and J. Bibette Polymer Bridging Probed by Magnetic Colloids. Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 038301 (2005). [Pg.100]

Over, R., Cohen-Tannoudji, J., Dehnhard, M., Claus, R., and Signoret, J. P. (1990). Effect of pheromones from male goats on LH secretion in anoestrous ewes. Physiology and Behavior48,665-668. [Pg.496]

In the classical theory of scattering (Cohen-Tannoudji et al. 1977, James 1982), atoms are considered to scatter as dipole oscillators with definite natural frequencies. They undergo harmonic vibrations in the electromagnetic field, and emit radiation as a result of the oscillations. [Pg.3]

The treatment of the interaction of a quantum-mechanical system with radiation is described in detail in the literature (Feil 1975 Cohen-Tannoudji et al. 1977 Blume 1985, 1994). Only an outline will be given here. [Pg.5]

Fourier transformation of the spherical harmonic functions is accomplished by expanding the plane wave exp(27r/ST) in terms of products of the spherical harmonic functions. In terms of the complex spherical harmonics Ylm 6,

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In order to separate the integration into a radial and an angular part, the exponential exp ( 27tS r) may be expressed as the expansion (Cohen-Tannoudji et al. 1977, Arfken 1970)... [Pg.180]

Clementi, E. and Roetti, C., Atomic Data and Nuclear Data Tables 14, 177 (1974). Cohen-Tannoudji, C., Diu, B., and Laloe, F., Quantum Mechanics, John Wiley and Sons New York, London, Sydney, Toronto, and Hermann Paris (1977). [Pg.337]

Resonances in open systems, that is, systems whose total energy is higher than the first dissociation threshold, are an old theme of scattering dynamics. For very elementary introductions the reader is referred to, for example, Messiah (Ref. 1, Chapter HI), Cohen-Tannoudji et al. (Ref. 2, Chapter Xffl), Satchler (Ref. 3, Chapter 4), and Schinke (Ref. 4, Chapter 7). TTiey... [Pg.745]

Cohen Tannoudji, C. Duponi-Rnc. ).. and G. Grynherg Atom-Photon Interactions Ba.su Piwesses and Applications John Wiley Sons. Inc.. New York. NY. 199ft. Corcoran. E. "Dimensioning Dimensions," Sri Amer, 122 (November 1990). Clint, KH. "State and Bond-Selected Unimolecular Reactions," St ioni c. 1387 I September 21. I99l)t... [Pg.347]

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