Advances in Quantum Chemistry
Current Trends in Atomic Physics

Advances in Quantum Chemistry Series, Vol. 53

Coordinators: Salomonson Sten, Lindroth Eva

Directors of collection: Sabin John R., Brandas Erkki J.

Language: Anglais
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Advances in Quantum Chemistry presents surveys of current developments in this rapidly developing field that falls between the historically established areas of mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology. With invited reviews written by leading international researchers, each presenting new results, it provides a single vehicle for following progress in this interdisciplinary area.

* Publishes articles, invited reviews and proceedings of major international conferences and workshops
* Written by leading international researchers in quantum and theoretical chemistry
* Highlights important interdisciplinary developments

1. Magnetic resonance contributions to other sciences
Norman F. Ramsey

2. A single quantum system: evolution, prediction, observation
Peter E. Toschek

3. The Quantum SI: A possible new international system of units
Peter J. Mohr

4. Studies of light halo nuclei from atomic isotope shifts
G.W.F. Drake

5. Quantum electrodynamics in one- and two-electron high-Z ions
Th. Stöhlker, A. Gumberidze, A. Kumar, R. Reuschl and M. Trassinelli

6. Precise atomic masses for fundamental physics determined at SMILETRAP
R. Schuch, I. Bergström, T, Fritioff, Sz. Nagy, A. Solders and M. Suhonen

7. HITRAP: A facility at GSI for highly charged ions
H.-J. Kluge, T. Beier, K. Blaum, L. Dahl, S. Eliseev, F. Herfurth, B. Hofmann, O. Kester, S. Koszudowski, C. Kozhuharov, G. Maero, W. Nörtershäuser, J. Pfister, W. Quint, U. Ratzinger, A. Schempp, R. Schuch, T. Stöhlker, R.C. Thompson, M. Vogel, G. Vorobjev, D.F.A. Winters and G. Werth

8. Structure of vacuum and elementary matter: From superheavies via hypermatter to antimatter – The vacuum decay in supercritical fields
Walter Greiner

9. Asymptotic behavior of MP2 correlation energies for closed-shell atoms
Karol Jankowski, Romuald S³upski and Jesus R. Flores

10. A computer–algebraic approach to the derivation of Feynman–Goldstone perturbation expansions for open–shell atoms and molecules
Stephan Fritzsche, Brajesh K. Mani and Dilip Angom

11. Experiments on highly charged heavy ions in conjunction with exotic atoms
Paul Indelicato, M. Trassinelli, D.F. Anagnostopoulos, S. Boucard, D.S. Covita, G. Borchert, A. Dax, J.P. Egter, E. Gotta, A. Gruber, A. Hirtl, M. Hennebach, H. Fuhrmann, E.-O. Le Bigot, Y.-W. Liu, B. Manil, N. Nelms, S. Schlesser, J.M.F. dos Santos, L.M. Simons, L. Stingelin, J. Veloso, A. Wasser, A. Wells and J. Zmeskal

12. Conceptual problems in phenomenological interpretation in searches for variation of constants & violation of various invariances
Savely G. Karshenboim

13. Extensive calculations of high-precision energy levels in hydrogen and deuterium through a last-squares adjustment
Eric-Olivier Le Bigot, Ulrich D. Jentschura, Svetlana Kotochigova, Peter J. Mohr and Barry N. Taylor
Quantum chemists, physical chemists, physicists