Physics, Optics, and Spectroscopy of Materials


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<p><b>Bridges a gap that exists&nbsp;between&nbsp;optical spectroscopists and laser&nbsp;systems&nbsp;developers&nbsp;</b></p> <p><i>Physics, Optics, and Spectroscopy&nbsp;of Materials </i>provides&nbsp;professionals&nbsp;and students&nbsp;in materials science and engineering, optics, and spectroscopy a basic understanding&nbsp;and tools&nbsp;for stimulating current research,&nbsp;as well as developing and implementing new laser devices in optical spectroscopy. The author&mdash;a noted expert on that subject matter&mdash;covers a wide range of topics including: effects of light and mater interaction&nbsp;such as light absorption, emission and scattering by atoms and molecules;&nbsp;energy levels in hydrogen,&nbsp;hydrogen-like atoms,&nbsp;and many electron atoms;&nbsp;electronic structure of molecules, classification of vibrational and rotational motions of molecules,&nbsp;wave propagation and oscillations in&nbsp;dielectric solids,&nbsp;light propagation in isotropic and anisotropic solids, including frequency doubling dividing and shifting, solid materials&nbsp;optics, and lasers.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>The book provides a basic overview of the laser and its comprising components.&nbsp;For example, the text describes methods&nbsp;for&nbsp;achieving&nbsp;fast Q-switching in laser cavities and illustrates&nbsp;examples of several specific laser systems used in industry and scientific research.&nbsp;This important book:&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li>Provides a comprehensive background in material physics, optics, and spectroscopy&nbsp;&nbsp;</li> <li>Details examples of specific laser systems used in industry and scientific research including helium/neon laser, copper vapor laser, hydrogen-fluoride chemical laser, dye lasers, and diode lasers&nbsp;&nbsp;</li> <li>Presents a basic overview of the laser and its comprising components&nbsp;&nbsp;</li> <li>Elaborates on&nbsp;several&nbsp;important subjects in laser beams optics:&nbsp; divergence modes, lens transitions, and crossing of anisotropic crystals&nbsp;&nbsp;</li> </ul> <p>Written for research scientists&nbsp;and students&nbsp;in the fields of laser science and technology and materials optical spectroscopy,&nbsp;<i>Physics, Optics, and Spectroscopy&nbsp;of Materials&nbsp;</i>covers knowledge gaps for concepts including oscillator strength, allowed and forbidden transitions between electronic and vibrational states, Raman scattering, and group-theoretical states nomenclature.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>


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