Diffraction Effects In Binary Encounter Electron Production From Collisions Of Partially Stripped Ions
A systematic investigation of binary encounter electron production from collisions of partially stripped ions with hydrogen and noble gases is currently under way. We present experimental double-differential binary encounter electron cross sections as well as model calculations for 0.6 MeV amu-1 Cu19+, I23+ and Au29+ ions colliding with argon. The results show how, with increasing the screening of the projectile nuclear charge, quantum diffraction effects manifest themselves in the angular behaviour and shape of the binary encounter peak. © 1993.
H. E. Wolf et al., "Diffraction Effects In Binary Encounter Electron Production From Collisions Of Partially Stripped Ions," Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, B, vol. 79, no. 1 thru 4, pp. 64 - 66, Elsevier, Jun 1993.
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02 Jun 1993