Charge- and Angular-Correlated Inelasticities in MeV/Nucleon Ion-Atom Collisions
Using an Elbek high-resolution magnetic spectrograph, we measured energy loss and angular distributions of MeV/nucleon projectile ions in coincidence with target recoil-ion charge state. We investigated collisions of 10 and 20 MeVC6+ on He, Ne, Ar and Kr where the target atom is multiply ionized and the projectile emerges in charge state q or q-1. The amount of energy transferred to the continuum electrons exceeds, by far, the sum of the values of the ionization potentials and shows a strong target-Z dependence. An energy deposition model is used for comparison with the experimental data.
H. Schone et al., "Charge- and Angular-Correlated Inelasticities in MeV/Nucleon Ion-Atom Collisions," Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, vol. 40-41, no. PART 1, pp. 141-144, Elsevier, Apr 1989.
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Keywords and Phrases
Argon; Carbon; Helium; Ion Beams; Neon; Ion-Atom Collisions; Ionization Potentials
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01 Apr 1989