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The critical displacement of an atom (a group of atoms) Δrmax, which corresponds to the interatomic interaction force at the maximum, is treated as the atomic excitation in liquids and glasses.


The limiting displacement of an atom (a group of atoms), which corresponds to the maximum of the interatomic interaction force, is treated as a process of atomic excitation in liquids and glasses.


The critical displacement of an atom (a group of atoms) in inorganic glasses Δrm, which corresponds to the maximum of the interatomic attractive force, is calculated using available data on the surface tension and elastic constants.


The excitation of an atom is reduced to a critical atomic displacement that corresponds to a maximum of the interatomic attractive force.


Reactivity of Aminyl, Thiyl, and Silyl Radicals in Addition Reactions: A Role of the Radius of an Atom with a Free Valence


In constructing the theory, the necessary and sufficient elementary subject is the surface position of an atom determined by the number of its closest neighbors.


Taking a surface position of an atom and accordingly the number of its closest neighbors in the phase as an elementary object of statistics, one can derive a system of kinetic equations relating the concentration of diverse positions.


The concept of the residence time τksp of an atom in a kink site has recently been suggested to understand the processes in electrochemical deposition of alloys and intermetallic compounds.


The concentrations of iron, copper, zinc, manganese, cadmium, and mercury in tissues and organs of Pacific herring, Far Eastern navaga, and spotted flounder from Amurskii Bay, Sea of Japan, were determined using an atomabsorption method.


It is applied to the entanglement in (i) an atomphoton system with spontaneous emission and (ii) a system of biphotons with spontaneous parametric downconversion (SPDC) of type II.


The factors determining the selforganization of the electron system of an atom at different levels of the periodic table are considered.


The conditions for the stability of systems of electrons and the electron system of an atom as a whole are considered.


Vacuum splitting of the energy levels of a system consisting of an atom and a dielectric microsphere


Using the electric dipole approximation, we present, in invariant form, the cross section of an arbitrary threephoton transition between the discrete states of an atom with total angular momenta Ji and Jf.


A modified JaynesCummings model for an atom interacting with a classical multifrequency field


An open quantum system, which consists of a "dressed" twolevel atom, i.e., an atom interacting with a classical multifrequency field, and a single quantized mode of an electromagnetic field, is examined.


The scattering of an atom in the field of counterpropagating light waves is studied under conditions such that the state of the atom is a superposition of the ground and excited states.


Effect of the state of a quantized electromagnetic field on the interaction with an atom with allowance for the continuum


This paper studies the effect of a transition into the continuous spectrum on the "collapse" and "revival" of population oscillations in an atom.


The interaction of a quantized electromagnetic field with a Λ system of an atom when one state is continuous is examined.

