Evidence is presented for a two-step process in ion-atom collisions in which two independent interactions occur in a single encounter. Measurements for 15200-MeVS13++He collisions indicate that uncorrelated projectile K-shell excitation and capture of a target electron occur in a single collision with one target atom. The results are in reasonable qualitative agreement with theoretical predictions of this two-step process. © 1985 The American Physical Society.
J. A. Tanis et al., "Evidence For Uncorrelated Electron Capture And K-shell Excitation In S13++He Collisions," Physical Review A, vol. 31, no. 6, pp. 4040 - 4042, American Physical Society, Jan 1985.
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01 Jan 1985