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Electron and Photon Collisions with Atoms and Ions

  • C. J. Joachain

Abstract

The theoretical methods used in recent investigations of electron and photon collisions with atoms and ions are reviewed.

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Elastic Scattering Differential Cross Section Partial Wave Trial Function Schrodinger Equation 
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  • C. J. Joachain
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  1. 1.Physique Théorique, Faculté des SciencesUniversité Libre de BruxellesBelgium

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