A design for a high-temperature reactive scattering cell for atomic hydrogen and atomic deuterium is described. At approximately 2700 K a dissociation of the molecular target species of over 95% has been obtained. The lifetime of 340 h of operation is sufficient for precision, long-time, differential cross-section measurements.
J. T. Park et al., "Reactive Scattering Cell For Atomic Hydrogen And Deuterium," Review of Scientific Instruments, vol. 54, no. 9, pp. 1247 - 1248, American Institute of Physics, Dec 1983.
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01 Dec 1983