Origin and Structure of the Quasi-Landau Resonances

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Highly resolved spectra are presented which show how the low-magnetic-field energy-level structure of a single-electron atom gives rise to the quasi-Landau resonances as the field is increased. Data from the strong-mixing region where electric and magnetic forces are comparable reveal that evenly spaced energy levels are a general feature, irrespective of parity and magnetic quantum number of the states. The quasi-Landau resonances emerge by a concentration of oscillator strength into a single level of each term.

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Castro, Jarbas C., Zimmerman, Myron L., Hulet, Randall G., et al.. "Origin and Structure of the Quasi-Landau Resonances." Physical Review Letters, 45, no. 22 (1980) American Physical Society: 1780-1783. http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.45.1780.

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