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By Anatoli V. Andreev

Atomic Spectroscopy provides a finished dialogue at the common method of the speculation of atomic spectra, in accordance with using the Lagrangian canonical formalism. This method is built and utilized to provide an explanation for the hydrogenic hyperfine constitution linked to the nucleus movement, its finite mass, and spin. The non-relativistic or relativistic, spin or spin-free particle approximations can be utilized as a place to begin of normal technique. The specified realization is paid to the speculation of Lamb shift formation. The formulae for hydrogenic spectrum together with the account of Lamb shift are written in uncomplicated analytical shape. The publication is of curiosity to experts, graduate and postgraduate scholars, who're concerned into the experimental and theoretical study within the box of recent atomic spectroscopy.

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These two transformations are close connected with each other, because in both cases we transform the particle coordinate. a3. x3. 12) where the matrices aij satisfy the condition aijajk = dik. 12) include the spatial translations, three-dimensional rotations, and space inversion. The transformations of the particle coordinates with respect to the given reference frame and transformations of the reference frame at a given position of particle are mutually reciprocal one to another. Indeed the spatial translation of the particle results in the following transformation of its coordinates r' = r +a.

43). 43) are shown in comparison. 2 the two curves in Fig. 3 coincide almost completely in the region n 3 7. There is some discrepancy in the region n < 7. 43). 4 Hydrogen atom The hydrogenlike atom consists of the electron and nucleus. The atomic nucleus has the finite mass, therefore the nucleus of the hydrogen atom is also involved into the motion. Hence, the energy spectrum must depend on the nucleus mass. If the ratio of electron mass to nucleus mass (in the hydrogen atom this is the ratio of electron mass to proton mass m,/m, = 5 lo-*) is taken as a smallness parameter, then the energy spectrum of electron in the Coulomb field gives us only the zero order approximation for the hydrogen atom spectrum.

21) where Plm (cos 0) is the associated Legendre polynomial. 2) for the case of particle motion in the spherically symmetric potential cp (r) = cp (r) commutes with the angular momentum operator. 22) that the angular momentum operator commutes with U (r). 19) the operator 1 commutes with the Laplace operator. 21). It is evident that the angular momentum operator is invariant with respect of space inversion transformation, because both coordinate and generalized momentum operators change sign under the space inversion.

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