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Partial Ionization Cross Sections

  • T. D. Märk

Abstract

Electron impact ionization involves the collision of an electron with a target particle and the subsequent production of an ion (and a neutral) and the respective ejected electron(s). A measure of the probability for this reaction is the total ionization cross section (see Chapter 7), i.e., the cross section for producing a single positive charge in the exit channel of the ionization reaction regardless of the details of the reaction products (mass to charge ratio, electronic states, neutral fragments etc.). Another (more detailed) measure is the partial ionization cross section, which describes the probability for an individual ionization process, including dissociative ionization, multiple ionization, and more generally, ionization to a particular final state of the produced ion.

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Electron Energy Electron Impact Ionization Ionization Cross Section Potential Energy Curve Cross Section Ratio 
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  • T. D. Märk
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  1. 1.Institut für ExperimentalphysikLeopold-Franzens-UniversitätInnsbruckAustria

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