Charge Transfer and Excitation in Slow 20 EV-2 KeV H⁺ + D(1s) Collisions
We used the recently developed hyperspherical close-coupling method to study H⁺ + D(1s) collisions at H⁺ impact energies between 20 eV and 2 keV. We showed that the cross sections for excitation and charge transfer to the 2p states are essentially identical over the whole energy range and stay relatively independent of energy from 2 keV down to about 150 eV. Below 150 eV the cross sections drop precipitously as the energy decreases. Electron capture to H(1s) cross section in this energy region is also calculated.
T. Lee et al., "Charge Transfer and Excitation in Slow 20 EV-2 KeV H⁺ + D(1s) Collisions," Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, vol. 36, no. 20, pp. 4081-4088, IOP Publishing Ltd, Oct 2003.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1088/0953-4075/36/20/003
Keywords and Phrases
Atoms; Charge Transfer; Electron Energy Levels; Electron Transport Properties; Impact Ionization; Ions, Close-Coupling Method; Electron Capture; Excitation; Impact Energies, Molecular Dynamics
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01 Oct 2003