The Stark Effect on the Wave Function of Tritium in Relativistic Condition
Prastowo, Sri Handono Budi
Ridlo, Zainur Rasyid
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Tritium Atom is one of the isotopes of Hydrogen that has two Neutrons in the nucleus and an electron that surrounds the nucleus. The Stark Effect is an effect of a shift or polarization of the atomic spectrum caused by the external electrostatic field. The interaction between the electrons and the external electric field can be reviewed using an approximation method of perturbation theory. The perturbation theory used is a time Independent non-degenerate perturbation and reviewed to second order to obtain correction of Tritium Atomic wave function. The condition that used in the system is a relativistic condition by reviewing the movement of electrons within the Atom. The effects of relativity also affect the correction of the wave function of Atom Tritium in the ground state. Tritium is radioactive material that is still relatively safe, and one of the applications of Tritium Atom is on the battery of betavoltaics (Nano Tritium Battery).
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