Triple Differential Cross Sections for the Electron-Impact Ionization of H2 Molecules for Equal and Unequal Outgoing Electron Energies
A comprehensive theoretical and experimental investigation of the triple differential cross sections arising from the electron-impact ionization of molecular hydrogen is made, at an incident electron energy of 35.4 eV, for cases where the outgoing electrons have equal and unequal energies, and for a range of experimental geometries. Generally, good agreement is found between two theoretical approaches and experiment, with the best agreement arising for intermediate geometries with large gun angles and for the perpendicular geometry.
J. Colgan et al., "Triple Differential Cross Sections for the Electron-Impact Ionization of H2 Molecules for Equal and Unequal Outgoing Electron Energies," Physical Review A - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, vol. 79, no. 5, American Physical Society (APS), May 2009.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevA.79.052704
Keywords and Phrases
Electron energies; Electron-impact ionization; Experimental investigations; H2 molecule; Incident electrons; Intermediate geometries; Molecular hydrogen; Theoretical approach; Triple differential cross sections; Dissociation; Electron energy levels; Electron scattering; Electrons; Hydrogen; Impact ionization
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