Is There Any New Physics in Spin Dependent (e,2e) Collisions?
The technology for producing beams of spin polarized electrons has been developing for the last two decades. Until recently, most of the experiments which were performed using spin-polarized electrons concentrated on elastic and inelastic scattering from atoms1–6. Quite recently, it was suggested that spin polarized electrons could also be used to examine ionizing collisions7–9.
KeywordsIncident Electron Exchange Amplitude Distorted Wave Born Approximation Angular Momentum Projection Triple Differential Cross Section
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