Measurement of the scalar polarizability of very highly excited states of caesium

van Raan AFJ, Baum G, Raith W (1976)
J.Phys. B 9(12): L349-L352.

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First results on the scalar polarizability alpha 0 of a number of very highly excited p states of Cs (40 < or = n < or = 60), produced by one-step photoexcitation with frequency-doubled dye-laser radiation, were obtained by means of electrostatic beam deflection in a two-wire type electric field. Enormous polarizabilities of alpha 0/4 pi > 109 Å3 were measured; the dependence of the polarizability as a function of the principal quantum number n was found to be in agreement with the expected n7 behaviour.
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van Raan AFJ, Baum G, Raith W. Measurement of the scalar polarizability of very highly excited states of caesium. J.Phys. B. 1976;9(12):L349-L352.
van Raan, A. F. J., Baum, G., & Raith, W. (1976). Measurement of the scalar polarizability of very highly excited states of caesium. J.Phys. B, 9(12), L349-L352.
van Raan, A. F. J., Baum, G., and Raith, W. (1976). Measurement of the scalar polarizability of very highly excited states of caesium. J.Phys. B 9, L349-L352.
van Raan, A.F.J., Baum, G., & Raith, W., 1976. Measurement of the scalar polarizability of very highly excited states of caesium. J.Phys. B, 9(12), p L349-L352.
A.F.J. van Raan, G. Baum, and W. Raith, “Measurement of the scalar polarizability of very highly excited states of caesium”, J.Phys. B, vol. 9, 1976, pp. L349-L352.
van Raan, A.F.J., Baum, G., Raith, W.: Measurement of the scalar polarizability of very highly excited states of caesium. J.Phys. B. 9, L349-L352 (1976).
van Raan, A. F. J., Baum, Günter, and Raith, Wilhelm. “Measurement of the scalar polarizability of very highly excited states of caesium”. J.Phys. B 9.12 (1976): L349-L352.
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