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Collisional Depolarization in the Excited State

  • W. E. Baylis
Part of the Physics of Atoms and Molecules book series (PAMO)

Abstract

The field of collisional depolarization in excited states has reached a plateau of maturity: the basic experimental results and their theoretical explanation have been well-established. For example, it is known that in the first excited states of the heavier alkalis, disorientation in the P½ state is considerably slower than in the P 3/2 state, and further that the P½ disorientation rate tends to be smaller when the fine-structure splitting is larger. This is now understood as the result of time-reversal symmetry, which requires the P½ disorientation to proceed by virtual transitions to another (the P 3/2) state. In addition, full quantal calculations, performed with realistic potentials, give quantitatively good agreement with measurements obtained, leaving little doubt that depolarization phenomena are fundamentally understood.

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Relaxation Rate English Transl Nuclear Spin Coherence Transfer Classical Path 
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  • W. E. Baylis
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  1. 1.Department of PhysicsUniversity of WindsorWindsorCanada

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