Threshold Behaviour of Ionization Cross-Sections

  • F. H. Read

Abstract

A relationship that is well-known in atomic physics is the Wannier law
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Keywords

Ionization Process Outer Zone Critical Radius Rydberg State Atomic Collision 
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  • F. H. Read
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  1. 1.Schuster LaboratoryUniversity of ManchesterGreat Britain

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