The 'reaction microscope', an electron-ion coincidence momentum imaging spectrometer, represents a unique technique to measure multiply differential ionization cross sections for ionic projectiles. Observed discrepancies with theory for singly ionizing collision of 3.6 MeV/u Au53+ and 100 MeV/u C6+ ions severely challenge theoretical models. We present a method based on event-generators, which allows to consistently incorporate instrumental effects into theory. The result of the convolution procedure suggests, that the observed discrepancies are not a result of the experimental resolution, but are of true physical nature.
M. Dürr et al., "Quantum-Theory Based Event Generator for the Analysis of Kinematically Complete Experiments," Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Institute of Physics - IOP Publishing, Jan 2007.
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Keywords and Phrases
Electron-Ion; Reaction Microscope; Spectrometer
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01 Jan 2007