Fine-Structure Entanglement: Bipartite States of Flying Particles with Rest Mass Different from Zero

  • N. Chandra
  • R. Ghosh
Part of the Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics book series (SSAOPP, volume 67)


In this chapter, we relax the condition that electrons inside the atomic target \(\mathfrak{T}\), or after leaving it, do not experience any SDIs. Hence, the spin-states of a photoelectron plus a photoion, or of two electrons, are now generated in the presence of both the C + SOIs. A proper description of the physical situation arising from the presence of both of these two important interactions demands [10, 60] that the required density matrices be now calculated in the j-j coupling scheme of angular momenta. This chapter, therefore, first presents a reformulation in j-j coupling of the density matrices for each of the processes of 1-SPI (1.1), 1-DPI (1.2), and 2-DPI (1.3), hitherto calculated in the L-S coupling in the respective Chaps. 4–6.


Angular Momentum Density Matrix Auger Electron Total Angular Momentum Atomic Target 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Physics and MeteorologyIndian Institute of TechnologyKharagpurIndia
  2. 2.c/o B.N. PandaPokhariputIndia

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