# On the principle of limiting absorptions

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The Physical Object ID Numbers Statement tr. From the Russian by Clyde D. Hill. Contributions Russian, tr. From the, Hill, Clyde D. Pagination 67 p. Open Library OL17971620M

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On the principle of limiting absorptions book In tro duction. Sev eral authors form ulated a limiting absorption principle for sev eral classes of op erators.

F or the ph ysical signi cance of this principle w e refer to the pap er of Eidus [Ei] and. In mathematics, the limiting absorption principle (LAP) is a concept from operator theory and scattering theory that consists of choosing the "correct" resolvent of a linear operator at the essential spectrum based on the behavior of the resolvent near the essential spectrum.

The term is often used to indicate that the resolvent, when considered not in the original space (which is usually the. The limiting absorption principle asserts that if H is a suitable Schrödinger operator, and f lives in a suitable weighted L 2 space (namely $${H^{0, 1/2 + \sigma}}$$ for some $${\sigma > 0}$$), then the functions $${R(\lambda + i \varepsilon) f:= (H - \lambda - i \varepsilon)^{-1} f}$$ converge in another weighted L 2 space $${H^{0, -1/2 - \sigma}}$$ to the unique solution u of the Cited by:   Mourre’s result was later improved and generalized in various direc- tions (we mention among many others the papers [10,11,14,19,20]), the most general framework being probably the one exposed On the principle of limiting absorptions book the book [1].

The proofs of the abstract limiting absorption principle all rely on a clever differential inequal- ity in ε on a family of operators Cited by: 44 • Flame Emission -> it measures the radiation emitted by the excited atoms that is related to concentration.

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Absorption, in wave motion, the transfer of the energy of a wave to matter as the wave passes through it.

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