A "Master" perturbation series for the transition amplitude in a light field

Faisal F (2009)
LASER PHYSICS 19(8): 1616-1620.

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We derive a "master" perturbation series for the quantum amplitude for a given transition process induced by laser-matter interaction. The result is derived using a complete set of basis functions depending on a real parameter lambda. It provides a one-parameter (lambda) family of infinitely many equivalent series representations of one and the same transition amplitude defined in the minimal coupling (MC) "velocity gauge". As a first application of the master series we put lambda = 0 and 1 in the formula and immediately obtain the two well-known perturbation series, traditionally derived in the "velocity" and "length" gauges. The master formula can be used to obtain any number of equivalent perturbation series by simply choosing a real number for lambda; e.g., a "hybrid perturbation" series follows from putting lambda = 1/2 in the formula.
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Faisal F. A "Master" perturbation series for the transition amplitude in a light field. LASER PHYSICS. 2009;19(8):1616-1620.
Faisal, F. (2009). A "Master" perturbation series for the transition amplitude in a light field. LASER PHYSICS, 19(8), 1616-1620.
Faisal, F. (2009). A "Master" perturbation series for the transition amplitude in a light field. LASER PHYSICS 19, 1616-1620.
Faisal, F., 2009. A "Master" perturbation series for the transition amplitude in a light field. LASER PHYSICS, 19(8), p 1616-1620.
F. Faisal, “A "Master" perturbation series for the transition amplitude in a light field”, LASER PHYSICS, vol. 19, 2009, pp. 1616-1620.
Faisal, F.: A "Master" perturbation series for the transition amplitude in a light field. LASER PHYSICS. 19, 1616-1620 (2009).
Faisal, Farhard. “A "Master" perturbation series for the transition amplitude in a light field”. LASER PHYSICS 19.8 (2009): 1616-1620.
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