Photoionization of many-electron atoms is of prime importance in controlled nuclear fusion.
Image of the Week 03/10/16
Image of the Week for 03/10/16, from JPhysB
Image of the week: guiding atoms with lasers
This week’s Image of the Week.
Image of the week: molecular butterflies
A butterfly the size of a molecule?
Michael Schulz: projectile coherence in few-body dynamics
We talk to Professor Michael Schulz. In this interview he answers our questions about his research, what problems science needs to solve, and his advice for young scientists.
JPhysB in Google Scholar Metrics
JPhysB is ranked 6th in Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy & Molecular Physics. Click through to find out more.
Image of the week – electron spectrum
Lasers can be used to induce the emission of electrons from ions through a process called photodetachment. Particularly interesting to those working in strong field atomic physics is photodetachment in negative ions by femtosecond laser pulses. In a recent paper… Read More ›
JPhysB Special Issue on Spectroscopy of Highly Charged Ions
JPhysB has just published its newest Special Issue, on the Spectroscopy of Highly Charged Ions
JPhysB Review Roundup
A roundup of the Topical Reviews and Tutorials JPhysB has published so far this year.
Image of the week: electrodes for trapping
It’s not often a figure in a paper both covers real science and would look great on a pair of curtains. This week’s Image of the week is a simulation of a possible arrangement of electrodes, which could be used… Read More ›
JPhysB in 2015
JPhysB had a great 2014 and has an exciting year ahead of it in 2015. Click here to find out more about the changes we’ve got coming up.