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Atomic Physics in Hot Plasmas

by David Salzmann

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The aim of this book is to provide the reader with a coherent and updated comprehensive treatise that covers the central subjects of the field. The style and content is suitable both for students and researchers. Highlights of the book include (among many others) the Ion-Sphere model, statistical models, Average-Atom model, emission spectrum, unresolved transition arrays, supertransition arrays, radiation transport, escape factors and x-ray lasers.

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Presents a comprehensive treatise on the field of atomic physics in hot plasmas, which can be used both for tutorial and professional purposes, and which summarizes the central subjects in the field.

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