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Radio Recombination Lines

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Theory of Recombination Lines
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    Chapter 2 Laboratory Studies of Rydberg Atoms
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    Chapter 3 Interpretation of HII Region Radio Recombination Lines
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    Chapter 4 The Importance of Non-LTE Effects to the Interpretation of Radio Recombination Lines
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    Chapter 5 Determination of Electron Temperatures Using Radio Recombination Lines
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    Chapter 6 Aperture Synthesis Observations of Recombination Lines from Compact HII Regions
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    Chapter 7 Radio Recombination Lines from Planetary Nebulae
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    Chapter 8 Helium Recombination Lines
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    Chapter 9 Systematic Variation of the Helium Ionization in Galactic HII Regions
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    Chapter 10 Pressure Broadening Effects on the Emission of He Recombination Lines
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    Chapter 11 The Partially Ionized Medium Adjacent to HII Regions
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    Chapter 12 Carbon Radio Recombination Line Emission from Dark Clouds
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    Chapter 13 Carbon and Sulphur Ionized Regions in Dark Clouds
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    Chapter 14 Carbon (?) Recombination Lines in W49a (G43.2-0.0)
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    Chapter 15 The Galactic Center: Results of Radio Recombination Line Surveys
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    Chapter 16 Low Frequency Recombination Lines
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    Chapter 17 Low Frequency Recombination Line Surveys of the Galactic Plane
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    Chapter 18 Surveys of Galactic Hydrogen Radio Recombination Line Emission
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    Chapter 19 The Evidence for a Gradient of H II Region Electron Temperatures with Galactic Radius
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    Chapter 20 On The Electron Temperature of Extended, Low Density HII Regions
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    Chapter 21 Prospects for Observations of Extragalactic Radio Recombination Lines
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    Chapter 22 Radio Recombination Lines in Extragalactic Sources
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    Chapter 23 Closing Remarks
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Radio Recombination Lines
Published by
ADS, December 2012
DOI 10.1007/978-94-009-9024-1
978-9-40-099026-5, 978-9-40-099024-1

Shaver, P. A.

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