Elastic and Excitation Electron Collisions with Atoms

  • Sandor Trajmar
  • Isik Kanik

Abstract

Electron-atom (molecule) collision physics is concerned with the many processes (elastic scattering, momentum transfer, excitation, ionization, dissociation, etc.) that can take place as a result of such collisions. Instrumentation and experimental techniques for such studies have improved significantly in recent years, allowing more accurate electron collision measurements to be carried out. This progress has been motivated by the need for electron collision data for a variety of reasons, ranging from understanding the fundamental nature of the interactions to modeling the behavior of several physical systems (various discharge and laser systems, fusion plasmas) and environments (astrophysical plasmas, ionospheric and auroral processes of planetary atmospheres). At the same time, a great deal of progress has also been made in the theoretical area of collision physics, and the interplay between theory and experiments has further enhanced developments in this field.

Keywords

Impact Energy Differential Cross Section Excitation Cross Section Integral Cross Section Elastic Cross Section 
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  • Sandor Trajmar
    • 1
  • Isik Kanik
    • 1
  1. 1.Jet Propulsion LaboratoryCalifornia Institute of TechnologyPasadenaUSA

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