Charge-transfer cross sections for H- on O, O2, and NO2; O- on H, O, H2, O2, and NO2; and C- on H and O have been measured over an energy range of 0.5 to 4 keV using a modulated crossed-beam apparatus. The experimental cross sections are compared with theories of resonant and non-resonant charge transfer based on a two-state approximation. For the reactions H-+O O-+H, the cross sections are found to be consistent with detailed balancing. The effect of electron detachment on charge-transfer cross sections is discussed. © 1969 The American Physical Society.
W. R. Snow et al., "Charge-transfer Cross Sections For Negative Ions On Atomic And Molecular Targets," Physical Review, vol. 178, no. 1, pp. 228 - 234, American Physical Society, Dec 1969.
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