Future Experiments Using Forward Electron Spectroscopy to Study the Quantum Dynamics of High-Z Ions at the ESR/CRYRING Storage Rings
At the FAIR facility for antiproton and ion research, the new ESR + CRYRING combination of storage rings CRYRING@ESR opens up a wealth of opportunities for in-ring atomic physics experiments on few-body quantum dynamics. The low-energy storage ring CRYRING will serve in its new location at FAIR/ESR for experiments with decelerated antiprotons and highly charged ions. We will discuss selected new experiments in the field of quantum dynamics of high-Z ions, for example for adiabatic superheavy quasi-molecules transiently formed with bare and H-like projectiles. Such experiments will be for the first time possible at the future CRYRING at ESR.
"Future Experiments Using Forward Electron Spectroscopy to Study the Quantum Dynamics of High-Z Ions at the ESR/CRYRING Storage Rings," Physica Scripta, vol. T156, no. T156, Institute of Physics - IOP Publishing, Jan 2013.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1088/0031-8949/2013/T156/014087
Keywords and Phrases
Facility For Antiproton And Ion Research; High-Z Ions; Highly Charged Ions; Physics Experiments; Quantum Dynamics; Quasi-molecules; Atomic Physics; Charged Particles; Dynamics; Electron Spectroscopy; Facilities; Quantum Theory; Storage Rings
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