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Classical simulation of differential single charge transfer in fast proton-helium collisions

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Abstract

Three-body classical trajectory Monte Carlo method is employed to simulate the differential single electron capture process in fast proton-helium collisions. For the considered collisional system, by means of an independent particle model, both electron capture and electron excitation probabilities are evaluated in terms of the classical impact parameter and the related discussions are presented. The method is also applied to calculate the projectile-angular distribution of the cross sections in energy range of 50–630 keV. The obtained results are compared to the available precise data due to the cold-target recoil ion momentum spectroscopy and good overall agreement found with these experimental data. Also, within a classical-trajectory framework, the correlation between the impact parameter and the projectile scattering angle is examined through the simulation of the collision process.

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Atomic and Molecular Collisions 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of PhysicsFaculty of Sciences, University of IsfahanIsfahanIran

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