Atomic Collisions Studied with "Reaction Microscopes"
An overview of results obtained with reaction microscopes is given. Due to the enormous diversity and amount of experimental results obtained with this technique, covering many different areas of collision physics, only a few and only the very recent results in the fields of charged particle-atom and intense laser-atom interactions will be presented here. For more comprehensive overviews the reader is referred to recent reviews [1,2].
R. Moshammer and D. Fischer and A. Rudenko and T. Ergler and B. Feuerstein and K. Zrost and C. D. Schroter and A. B. Voitkiv and B. Najjari and A. Dorn and M. Durr and C. Dimopoulou and T. Ferger and J. H. Ullrich and M. Schulz, "Atomic Collisions Studied with "Reaction Microscopes"," Proceedings of the XXIV International Conference (200, Rosario, Argentina), vol. 1, pp. 46-63, World Scientific Publishing, Nov 2006.
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XXIV International Conference (2005: Jul. 20-26, Rosario, Argentina)
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01 Nov 2006