An analysis of experimental fully differential data for single ionization in 100 MeV/amu C6++He collisions is reported. We present a convolution of the first Born approximation with elastic scattering by using an event generator technique. Furthermore, the calculation is convoluted with all known experimental resolutions. Our analysis shows that elastic scattering is a viable explanation for surprising structures observed in the fully differential cross sections outside the scattering plane. Furthermore, it may even explain discrepancies in the “recoil peak” frequently observed for both ion and electron impact.
M. Schulz et al., "Reconciliation of Measured Fully Differential Single Ionization Data with the First Born Approximation Convoluted with Elastic Scattering," Physical Review A, American Physical Society (APS), Jan 2007.
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German Research Association
National Science Foundation (U.S.)
Keywords and Phrases
Atom-Ion Collisions; Helium Neutral Atoms; Impact Ionisation; Positive Ions; Carbon
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01 Jan 2007