By Daniel Kleppner (auth.), W. Hanle, H. Kleinpoppen (eds.)
W. HANLE and H. KLEINPOPPEN In 1919, within the first version of Atombau and Spektrallinien, Sommerfeld spoke of the significant quantity of knowledge which have been accumu lated in the course of the first interval of 60 years of spectroscopic perform. Sommer feld emphasised that the names of Planck and Bohr will be hooked up perpetually with the efforts that were made to appreciate the physics and the idea of spectral strains. one other interval of virtually 60 years has elapsed because the first version of Sommerfeld's recognized monograph. because the editors of this monograph, development in Atomic Spectroscopy, we suppose that the current interval is better characterised via the massive number of new spec troscopic equipment which were invented within the final many years. Spectroscopy has consistently been serious about the sphere of analysis on atomic constitution and the interplay of sunshine and atoms. the improvement of recent spectroscopic tools (i.e., new in comparison to the conventional optical equipment) has ended in many notable achievements, which, including the rise of task during the last many years, look as one of those renaissance of atomic spectroscopy.
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Progress in Atomic Spectroscopy: Part B by Daniel Kleppner (auth.), W. Hanle, H. Kleinpoppen (eds.)