A Numerical Model of Atomic Relaxation and its Applications
Atomic relaxation is important in many diverse disciplines, from atomic and nuclear physics to medical physics. A Monte Carlo model of the atomic relaxation is presented in this thesis. Atomic transition probabilities are taken from the Evaluated Atomic Data Li- brary (EADL). Transition energies are calculated using the relativistic self-consistent-field Dirac-Fock method for any specified distribution of atomic vacancies. This CPU-intensive computational approach is adopted to account for the...[Show more]
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