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Absolute differential cross-sections for keV energy ion and atom collisions with oxygen atoms
Oxygen atoms are the most abundant constituent in the Earth's atmosphere between 200km and 600km, and thus are the most probable targets for precipitating ions and atoms at these altitudes. Differential cross sections for ...
Electron transfer in K(nd) collisions with attaching molecules at low-to-intermediate n
Negative ion formation via electron transfer in thermal energy collisions between K(nd) Rydberg atoms and simple polyatomic molecules is studied at low-to-intermediate values of principal quantum number, n (n $<$ 40). At ...
Thermal energy collisions of potassium(nd) Rydberg atoms with electron-attaching molecules at intermediate n
Thermal energy collisions of K(nd) Rydberg atoms with electron attaching molecules which result in reactions of the following types K(nd) + SF$\sb6$ $\to$ K$\sp+$ + SF$\sb6\sp-$ K(nd) + CF$\sb3$I $\to$ K$\sp+$ + I$\sp-$ + ...
Absolute differential cross sections for electron capture and loss by keV hydrogen atoms
Absolute differential cross sections for electron capture and loss by neutral hydrogen atoms incident on various gases are presented. The measurements cover a laboratory angular range of 0.02$\sp\circ$ to 1.77$\sp\circ$ ...
CARS studies of the quenching of excited sulfur atoms by rare gases: Fine structure selectivity in electronic-to-translational energy transfer
In the first use of the Raman effect to detect sulfur atoms, transient CARS spectroscopy has revealed novel relaxation effects in sulfur formed through multiple photon excitation of carbon disulfide vapor. Ground term ...