hydrogen-like atom

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hydrogen-like atom

[′hī·drə·jən ‚līk ‚ad·əm]
(atomic physics)
An atom from which all the electrons except one have been removed.
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The supersymmetric Dirac equation; the application to hydrogenic atoms.
His topics include from solar systems to atoms, interpretation of the quantum rules, non-relativistic hydrogenic atoms with spin, the primary supersymmetry of the Dirac equation, and a different extension of the solution space.
In between he offers chapters on matrix groups, Lie algebras, matrix algebras, operator algebras, EXPonentiation, structure theory for Lie algebras, root spaces and Dynkin diagrams, real forms, Riemannian symmetric spaces, contraction, hydrogenic atoms, and Maxwell's equations.