1 edition of Elastic and inelastic scattering of slow electrons by atoms and molecules. found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 147-151.Proefschrift--Utrecht.Stellingen (4 p.) inserted.Foreword and summary in Dutch.
|Statement||Bronder-Offset [Goudsesingel 260]|
|Publishers||Bronder-Offset [Goudsesingel 260]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 115 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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RIKEN Nishina Center for Accelerator-Based Science. Under some conditions, the principal characteristics of an electromagnetic wave propagating through a gas are determined by the elastic scattering, by the surrounding particles, of the atoms or molecules that interact with the wave; here, scattering at small angles plays an important role.
Elastic collisions account for transport phenomena in gases or weakly ionized plasmas.
Facilities [ ] SLAC [ ] Aerial photo of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, with detector complex at the right east side Stanford Linear Accelerator Center is located nearCalifornia. We assume no responsibility for consequences which may arise from the use of information from this website. Inelastic scattering cross section is relatively small for light nuclei.
and introduces Born approximation for elastic scattering. Theoretical Treatment of Collisions between Atomic Systems 1. The direct scattering amplitude consists of first Born and second Born minus distortion term. Not at all: no electron scattering occurs at all and the beam passes straight through.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press. If the kinetic energy of an incident neutron is of the order or less than the chemical binding energy, the cross-section of the molecule is not equal to the sum of cross-sections of its individual nuclei.
The fractional version's denominator is the inverse of the decimal value along with its relative standard uncertainty of 4.
This idea was first given a proof-of-principle study using the electron storage ring of Kyoto University, KSR; this was done using a stable nucleus of 133Cs as a target in an experiment of 120MeV electron beam energy, 75mA typical stored beam current and a 100 seconds beam lifetime.
In essence, atomic collision physics is concerned with the continuum of free atomic and molecular states, in contrast to standard spectroscopy which focusses on bound states.
The nucleus gives up excitation energy by emitting one or more.