A multi-Coincident Study of the Quasimolecular 1s σ Radiation and its Angular Distribution in 40 MeV Ni-Ni Collisions
The production mechanism of quasimolecular (MO) x-rays in 40 MeV Ni-Ni collisions was investigated in a multi-parameter experiment. Impact parameter dependent MO x-ray production probabilities were determined. The study of the angular distribution of the emitted radiation allowed the determination of impact parameter dependent alignment parameters for this process. Triple coincident MO x-ray - Ni K x-ray - scattered projectile data provided for the determination of state selective MO x-ray production probabilities. The results are compared to dynamical calculations describing the time dependent evolution of the relevant quasimolecular states and the radiative couplings among them.
R. Hoffmann et al., "A multi-Coincident Study of the Quasimolecular 1s σ Radiation and its Angular Distribution in 40 MeV Ni-Ni Collisions," Zeitschrift für Physik D Atoms, Molecules and Clusters, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 141-151, Springer Verlag, Jun 1986.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF01437352
Keywords and Phrases
32.30.Rj; 32.80.Hd; 32.80.Kf; 33.20.Rm; 34.50.Hc
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