By R. Blümel, W. P. Reinhardt

ISBN-10: 0511524501

ISBN-13: 9780511524509

ISBN-10: 0521017904

ISBN-13: 9780521017909

ISBN-10: 0521455022

ISBN-13: 9780521455022

The research of chaos is this day the most lively and prolific components in atomic physics. This publication describes the manifestations of chaos in atoms and molecules, and is an creation to this attention-grabbing sector. the 1st a part of the e-book offers with the idea and ideas of classical chaos, that are then utilized to real atomic and molecular physics structures within the moment a part of the ebook. The publication covers microwave-driven floor nation electrons, the hydrogen atom in a robust microwave box, the kicked hydrogen atom, chaotic scattering with CsI molecules and the helium atom. The publication comprises many diagrams and an in depth reference record.

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This means that a one-to-one mapping N «•» R does not exist. The rationals are dense in the irrationals. This means that given any irrational number v and any e > 0, there is always a rational number s that satisfies | v — s |< e. Although the rationals are dense in the real number continuum their measure is zero. , by covering all rationals in [0,1] by a set whose total length is arbitrarily small. The proof is simple. We use Cantor's counting scheme (see Fig. 1) to assign a sequence number n to every rational 5 in [0,1].

But this contradicts the assumption that n and m are relatively prime. Thus we proved that \/2 is not rational. In fact, there are many more irrationals than rationals, so many that the irrationals cannot be counted. This means that a one-to-one mapping N «•» R does not exist. The rationals are dense in the irrationals. This means that given any irrational number v and any e > 0, there is always a rational number s that satisfies | v — s |< e. Although the rationals are dense in the real number continuum their measure is zero.

Start with the interval [0,1] (see Fig. 2(a)). , where bj can be 0, 1 or 2). We obtain the set shown in Fig. 2(b). OI6364... ). The result is shown in Fig. 2(c). Continue this procedure ad infinitum. What is left in the end clearly has no extension. It is of measure zero, but nevertheless uncountable. 1 The number continuum 33 Cantor's middle thirds set. We denote it by the symbol C. 3 below, Chapter 8 and Chapter 9). 3 for more details). , decimal, ... expansion of a rational number repeats itself periodically while the expansion of an irrational number is not periodic.

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