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Binary-encounter and Monte-Carlo methods in atomic collision theory

Derek Banks

Binary-encounter and Monte-Carlo methods in atomic collision theory

by Derek Banks

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Published by The Author in Stirling .
Written in English


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Thesis, Ph.D. (University of Stirling), 1972.

Statementby Derek Banks.
The Physical Object
Pagination199 p. :
Number of Pages199
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Open LibraryOL19848153M

Sawilowsky distinguishes between a simulation, a Monte Carlo method, and a Monte Carlo simulation: a simulation is a fictitious representation of reality, a Monte Carlo method is a technique that can be used to solve a mathematical or statistical problem, and a Monte Carlo simulation uses repeated sampling to obtain the statistical properties of some phenomenon (or behavior). Examples. Quantum Monte Carlo methods for nuclear physics J. Carlson Theoretical Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, and atomic physics, the van der Waals potential between atoms used, for example, in studies of liquid helium sys- Monte Carlo methods, and then review results that haveCited by:

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Binary-encounter and Monte-Carlo methods in atomic collision theory by Derek Banks Download PDF EPUB FB2

Collisions between various charged particles and excited hydrcgenic atoms and ions are described using the binary-encounter (classical-impulse) approximation and the exact-classical orbit-integration technique.

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