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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. O. Benka, M. Geretschläger, H. Paul
    Pages 94-102
  3. R.A. Ilkhamov, S.H. Khusmurodov, A.P. Kobzev, Li Jen Ho, M. Pajek, R. Sandrik
    Pages 103-106
  4. A. Berinde, C. Ciortea, A. Enulescu, Daniela Flueraşu, I. Legrand, I. Piticu et al.
    Pages 107-112
  5. Z. Sujkowski, D. Chmielewska, P. Rymuza, G. J. Balster, B. Kotliński, R. H. Siemssen et al.
    Pages 113-118
  6. H. Ogawa, I. Katayama, T. Noro, H. Ikegami, Y. Haruyama, A. Aoki et al.
    Pages 145-154
  7. S. Bhattacharyya, K. Rinn, E. Salzborn, L. Chatterjee
    Pages 155-165
  8. Y. Awaya, K. Hino, A. Hitachi, Y. Kanai, K. Kawatsura, K. Kuroki et al.
    Pages 185-196
  9. S. Ricz, J. Végh, I. Kádár, B. Sulik, D. Varga, D. Berényi
    Pages 197-203
  10. N. M. Kabachnik, I. S. Lee, O. V. Lee
    Pages 220-225
  11. M. W. Lucas, W. Steckelmacher
    Pages 229-244
  12. C. R. Garibotti, D. Zanette, M. L. Martiarena
    Pages 262-267
  13. H. Atan, W. Steckelmacher, M. W. Lucas
    Pages 268-276
  14. R. Schramm, W. Oswald, H. -D. Betz, E. Szmola, R. Schuch
    Pages 277-285
  15. G. Bernardi, E. Suárez, P. Focke, W. Meckbach
    Pages 286-294
  16. G. Bernardi, P. Focke, S. Suarez, W. Meckbach
    Pages 295-299
  17. J.P. Rozet, A. Chetioui, C. Stephan, A. Touati, D. Vernhet, K. Wohrer
    Pages 307-321
  18. J. Kemmler, O. Heil, C. Biedermann, P. Koschar, H. Rothard, K. Kroneberger et al.
    Pages 362-373
  19. R. L. Watson, R. J. Maurer, B. B. Bandong, C. Can
    Pages 382-393
  20. J. H. McGuire
    Pages 415-431
  21. L. Kádár, S. Ricz, B. Sulik, D. Varga, J. Végh, D. Berényi
    Pages 479-487
  22. A. Warczak, D. Liesen, B. Liu
    Pages 492-499
  23. P. Rymuza, Z. Sujkowski, M. Carlen, J. -Cl. Dousse, M. Gasser, J. Kern et al.
    Pages 500-506
  24. Yu. D. Beznogikh, A. J. Govorov, V. A. Monchinsky, I. N. Semenyushkin, L. P. Zinoviev
    Pages 526-528
  25. Joseph Macek
    Pages 533-534

About these proceedings

Introduction

These proceedings give fundamental information on the collision mechanisms of ions and atoms at relatively high energies and on their highly excited atomic states. The information derived from such studies can often be applied in other fields such as material analysis, dosimetry, the study of the upper atmosphere and controlled fusion. Phenomena involving the classical ion-atom collision fields, impact parameter dependences, quasimolecular and electron correlation effects, coherence phenomena, the electron and photon spectroscopy of highly charged projectile and recoil ions, the loss and capture of electrons, molecular and solid state effects, and different aspects of instrumentation are all discussed in this volume.

Keywords

Cross section atom atomic collision autoionization collision electron electron capture fusion heavy ion ion molecule multicharged ions particles radiation scattering

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-18732-4
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag 1988
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-18732-5
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-48129-4
  • Series Print ISSN 0075-8450
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-6361
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