This book contains essentially two parts. A Review of the classical, quantum, and semi-classical theories of collision are given in the first part, while their applications to the atom and molecule collisions are given in the second part. The book is useful to scientists other than atom and molecular physicists, and is as general as possible, however, with the emphasis on the atom and molecule collisions.
1. Classical Theory of Collisions 2. Quantum Theory of Scattering 3. Semiclassical Theory of Scattering 4. Decays 5. Two-Atom Systems 6. Atom-Molecule Systems