electron transition

electron transition

[i′lek‚trän tran′zish·ən]
(quantum mechanics)
Change of an electron from one state to another, accompanied by emission or absorption of electromagnetic radiation.
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A broad band in the violet-to-orange spectral range is thought to be caused by an electron transition between a [Mn.
The same electron transition phenomenon appears in a-K@1-acenes salt, and the maximum electronic cloud concentrates on C-K bond, therefore the obvious charge transition occurs there.
19] Braginsky and Shklover showed that the possibility of momentum non-conservation at the interface causes the indirect inter-band electron transition, a trait important in crystals of less than 10 nm.
The frequency of the semiconductor laser was stabilised by locking it to a specific electron transition of a rubidium atom.
The Japanese team reports its observation of so-called nuclear excitation by electron transition, or NEET, in the Aug.
The energy of the x-rays released during the electron transitions depends on the orbitals, their energies, and which electron drops down to fill the hole.
2+], with all the peaks attributed to the electron transitions related to the presence of [Mn.

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