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Innershell Ionization Cross Sections

  • C. J. Powell

Abstract

Previous chapters of this volume have described in some detail calculations and measurements of ionization cross sections. The discussion has been almost exclusively devoted to the ionization of atoms, molecules, or ions in the gas phase by electron impact and to processes involving the removal of one or more valence electrons.

Keywords

Ionization Cross Section Bethe Equation Incident Electron Energy Bethe Formula Generalize Oscillator Strength 
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  • C. J. Powell
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  1. 1.Surface Science DivisionNational Bureau of StandardsGaithersburgUSA

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