Optics and spectroscopy of cooperative laser-electron nuclear processes in atomic and molecular systems – new trend in quantum optics
Odessa University, PO Box 24a, 65009 Odessa, Ukraine
2 Institute for Spectroscopy of Russian Academy of Sciences, Troitsk, Moscow Reg., 142090, Russia
3 Centre for Quantum Optics, PO Box 24a, 65009 Odessa, Ukraine
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A consistent QED perturbation theory approach is applied to calculation of the electron-nuclear γ-transition spectrum of nucleus in the multicharged ion. The intensities of satellites are defined within the relativistic version of the energy approach (Gell-Mann and Low S-matrix formalism). As example, the nuclear transition in the isotope with the energy 14.41 keV is considered. The results of the relativistic calculation for the electron-nuclear γ-transition spectrum (a set of electron satellites) of the nucleus in a multicharged atomic ion FeXIX are presented. The possible experiments for observation of the new effect in the thermalized plasma of the O-like ions are discussed. A consistent quantum approach to calculation of the electron-nuclear γ transition spectrum (a set of vibration-rotational satellites in a molecule) of nucleus in a molecule is proposed and based on the Dunham model potential approximation for potential curves of the diatomic molecules. Model proposed generelizes the well known Letokhov-Minogin model. The estimates are made for vibration-rotation-nuclear transition probabilities in a case of the emission and absorption spectrum of nucleus 127I (E(0)γ=203 keV) in the molecule of H127I.
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