Sub-shell distributions of total electron capture and ionization cross-sections in Bq+ (q = 1−4) + H collisions
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The Classical Trajectory Monte-Carlo (CTMC) simulation method has been employed to calculate the total electron capture cross-sections with sub-shell distributions and ionization cross-sections in collision of Bq+(q = 1−4) with ground state atomic hydrogen in the energy range of 10–200 keV/amu. The computed results have been observed to be in reasonable agreement with other existing theoretical and experimental results over the entire energy region considered.
PACS34.70.+e Charge transfer
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