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by John Weiner

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ISBN:
0198567650
Author:
John Weiner
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Oxford University Press; 1 edition (February 7, 2013)
Pages:
280 pages
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Light-matter interaction is pervasive throughout the disciplines of optical and atomic physics, condensed matter physics.

Light-matter interaction is pervasive throughout the disciplines of optical and atomic physics, condensed matter physics. Interaction between very slowly moving, cooled atoms in the presence of light gave rise to the field of "ultra-cold collisions," a subject Weiner vigorously pursued until he moved to the Universite Paul Sabatier in France in 1997.

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This book draws together the essential elements of classical electrodynamics, surface wave physics, plasmonic materials, and circuit theory of electrical engineering to provide insight into the essential physics of nanoscale.

This book draws together the essential elements of classical electrodynamics, surface wave physics, plasmonic materials, and circuit theory of electrical engineering to provide insight into the essential physics of nanoscale light-matter interaction and to provide design methodology for practical nanoscale plasmonic devices. This book draws together the essential elements of classical electrodynamics, surface wave physics, plasmonic materials, and circuit theory of electrical engineering to provide insight into the essential physics of nanoscale light-matter interaction and to provide design methodology for practical nanoscale plasmonic devices.

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Oxford: Oxford university press, 2013. xiii, 261 . ill. - Bibliogr. at the end of the chapters.

Oxford: Oxford university press, 2013. ISBN 978-0-19-856765-3.

This book draws together the essential elements of classical electrodynamics, surface wave and plasmon physics, and waveguide and circuit engineering to provide insight into the essential nature of nanoscale light-matter interaction. The engineering approach also provides design methodology for practical nanoscale plasmonic devices. Furthermore, the book compares and contrasts classical and atomic radiation, highlighting the similarities (and differences) between the classical fields of Maxwell’s equations and the quantum wave functions of Schrödinger’s equation.

John Weiner, Frederico Nunes. A chapter on classical and quantal radiation also highlights the similarities (and differences) between the classical fields of Maxwell's equations and the wave functions of Schrodinger's equation.

Atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) science and engineering stands at the confluence of strong scientific and technological currents in physics .

Atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) science and engineering stands at the confluence of strong scientific and technological currents in physics, chemistry, and electrical engineering. It seeks ways to expand our ability to use light for many purposes: to observe and manipulate matter at the atomic scale, to use nanostructures to manipulate light at the subwavelength scale, to develop quantum devices, and to control internal molecular motion and modify chemical reactivity with light

This book draws together the essential elements of classical electrodynamics, surface wave physics, plasmonic materials, and circuit theory of electrical engineering to provide insight into the essential physics of nanoscale light-matter interaction and to provide design methodology for practical nanoscale plasmonic devices. A chapter on classical and quantal radiation also highlights the similarities (and differences) between the classical fields of Maxwell's equations and the wave functions of Schrodinger's equation. The aim of this chapter is to provide a semiclassical picture of atomic absorption and emission of radiation, lending credence and physical plausibility to the "rules" of standard wave-mechanical calculations. The structure of the book is designed around five principal chapters, but many of the chapters have extensive "complements" that either treat important digressions from the main body or penetrate deeper into some fundamental issue. Furthermore, at the end of the book are several appendices to provide readers with a convenient reference for frequently-occurring special functions and explanations of the analytical tools, such as vector calculus and phasors, needed to express important results in electromagnetics and waveguide theory.To request a copy of the Solutions Manual, visit: http://global.oup.com/uk/academic/physics/admin/solutions