JMP  Vol.1 No.6 , December 2010
Calculation of the Effective G-Factor for the (ns2S1/2)→(np2P3/2)→(n's2S1/2) Transitions in Hydrogen-Like Atoms and Its Application to the Atomic Cesium
ABSTRACT
We have calculated the effective g-factor for the transitions in hydrogen-like atoms and applied it to atomic cesium. We have identified that not only the g* factor in this case is an integer number g* = 1, but also the existence of possible entangled states related to the above tran-sitions. Furthermore we have used the above result to calculate the transition energies which are in complete agreement (within the 1% margin error). Such results can give access to the production of new laser lights from atomic cesium.

Cite this paper
Z. Saglam, S. Bayram and M. Saglam, "Calculation of the Effective G-Factor for the (ns2S1/2)→(np2P3/2)→(n's2S1/2) Transitions in Hydrogen-Like Atoms and Its Application to the Atomic Cesium," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 1 No. 6, 2010, pp. 399-404. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2010.16057.
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