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Ion-Neutral Reactions: Collision Spectrometry of Multiply Charged Ions at Low Energies

  • E. Y. Kamber
  • C. L. Cocke
Part of the Springer Series in Chemical Physics book series (CHEMICAL, volume 54)

Abstract

In considering the topic of collisions between atomic and molecular particles at low energies, one must pay particular attention to the processes that involve the transfer of an electron from one of the colliding partners to the other, since frequently this is one of the most probable processes. Over the last thirty years, a great deal of interest has been focused on the physics of atomic collisions in an attempt to understand phenomena in nature and apply this science to practical situations. The investigation of electron capture by multiply charged ions is needed for such diverse purposes as the development of particle detectors, short wavelength gas laser systems and the physics of the upper atmosphere. Electron capture also plays an important role in the behaviour of high temperature plasmas containing impurities and is therefore important to the controlled thermonuclear fusion program. For example, electron capture into excited states of multiply charged ions followed by the radiative decay of these states is a well recognised plasma-cooling mechanism. The experimental physics of atomic collisions owes much to the many and varied contributions of John Hasted throughout his long scientific career. We shall be concerned with electron capture processes involving low energy multiply charged ions, a subject initiated experimentally by the pioneering work of John Hasted and his collaborators [3.1–5].

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Electron Capture Impact Energy Differential Cross Section Reaction Channel Potential Energy Curve 
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