ATOMIC STRUCTURE & SPECTROSCOPY
L. J. Curtis

NOTE: The Course will be offered in the Fall 2001 Semester.
Examination copies of a Textbook in preparation are available with the author.

Philosophy of the Course       Bibliography       Medieval Lectures    
Outline for 1st Semester         Outline for 2nd Semester

Fall 1999 - Physics 6/7710 - Atomic Physics
Introduction
Chapter 1 - Classical Probabilities and Quantizations
Chapter 2 - Term Analysis of Many-Electron Systems
Chapter 3 - Many-Body Wave Functions and Exchange
Chapter 4 - Radiative Decay and Absorption Processes
Chapter 5 - Forbidden Transitions
Examination Solutions
Semester Break
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Spring 2000 - Phys. 6/7720
Chapter 6 - Properties of Summed Line Strengths
Chapter 7 - Data-Based Formulations of Line Strengths
Chapter 8 - The Coulomb Approximation
Chapter 9 - Hyperfine Structure
Chapter 10 - The Exponential Law
Chapter 11 - Experimental Methods
Chapter 12 - Emitted Radiation
Chapter 13 - Racah Algebra
Chapter 14 - Dalgarno-Lewis Theory/ Polarization Model
Chapter 15 - Molecular Spectra