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Energy and Polarization Transfer

  • M. Elbel
Part of the Physics of Atoms and Molecules book series (PAMO)

Abstract

Sensitized fluorescence has been under continuous study ever since its discovery by Wood and Cario. Accordingly, a considerable number of review articles have appeared at regular intervals. We quote the books of Mitchell and Zemanski, (1) Pringsheim, (2) and Massey and Burhop(3) and the articles by Krause, (4.5) Sciwert, (6) Kraulinya and KruglevskijJ,(7) Lijnse, (8) and Nikitin.(34) However, in all these reviews the main attention has been directed toward energy transfer. Since the mid-1960s an increasing interest has arisen in the study of the transfer of quantities other than energy. These are population structures described by density matrices and tensors. The growing importance of these aspects has made us attempt to give a first survey of activities in this field. We will not omit traditional energy transfer altogether, but restrict ourselves to the most recent developments. In this respect we will emphasize where we stand rather than the completeness of the reported work that has appeared in the last 60 years.

Keywords

Nuclear Spin Polarization Transfer Alkali Atom Excitation Transfer Mercury Atom 
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  1. 1.Physikalisches Institut der UniversitätMarburgWest Germany

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