Advertisement

Electron loss to the continuum for light ions

  • M. W. Lucas
  • K. F. Man
  • W. Steckelmacher
Introduction
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 213)

Abstract

An attempt is made to examine the contribution that the study of “charge transfer into continuum states” and “projectile ionisation” has made to our overall understanding of charge exchange and ionisation and the link between them.

Velocity spectra for electrons ejected in the forward direction during collisions of H2+ and He+ (0.8 – 2.8 MeV) with gas targets are shown together with the cross sections obtained by integrating such spectra over a range of velocities. The data are compared with the calculations of Briggs and Drepper and of Burgdorfer et al.

Keywords

Charge Exchange Orbital Velocity Velocity Spectrum Target Electron Projectile Velocity 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

Preview

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

References

  1. Barkas W H, Dyer N J, Heckmann H H (1963) Phys Rev Lett 11, 26–28CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. Bethe H (1930) Ann d. Physik. 5. 3. 325–400Google Scholar
  3. Bonsen T F M and Vriens L (1970) Physica 47, 307–319CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. Breinig M, Elston S B, Sellin I A, Liljeby L, Thoe R, Vane C R, Gould H, Marrus R and Laubert R (1980) Phys Rev Lett 45 1689–1692CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  5. Breinig M, Schauer M M, Sellin I A, Elston S B, Vane C R, Thoe R S, Suter M (1981) J Phys B14, L291–L295Google Scholar
  6. Breinig M, Elston S B, Huldt S, Liljeby L, Vane C R, Berry S D, Glass G A, Schauer M, Sellin I A, Alton G D, Datz S, Overbury S, Laubert R, Suter M (1982) Phys Rev A25, 3015–3048CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  7. Briggs J S and Day M H (1980) J Phys B13 4797–4810Google Scholar
  8. Briggs J S and Dettmann K (1974) Phys Rev Lett 33, 1123–1125CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  9. Briggs J S and Drepper (1976) J Phys B9 2063Google Scholar
  10. Briggs J S and Drepper F (1978) J Phys B11 4033–4039Google Scholar
  11. Burgdörfer J, Breinig M, Elston S B, Sellin I A (1983) Phys Rev A28 3277–3290Google Scholar
  12. Chan F T, Eichler J (1979) Phys Rev A20, 367–8CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  13. Corbett J F (1968) J. Math. Phys 9, 891–8CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  14. Crooks G B and Rudd M E (1970) Phys Rev Lett 25, 1599–1601CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  15. Crooks G B and Rudd M E (1971) Phys Rev A3, 1628–34CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  16. Day M H (1980) J Phys B13 L65–L68Google Scholar
  17. Dettmann K, Harrison K G, Lucas M W (1974) J. Phys B 7 269–287Google Scholar
  18. Dettmann K and Leibfried G (1966) Phys Rev 148 1271–3CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  19. Dettmann K and Leibfried G (1969) Z Phys 218 1–24CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  20. Drisko R M (1955) Ph.D thesis, Carnegie Institute of Technology, unpublishedGoogle Scholar
  21. Duncan M M, Menendez M G, Eisele F L, Macek J (1977) Phys Rev A15 1785–6CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  22. Gerjuoy E (1966) Phys Rev 148; 54–59CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  23. Horsdal-Pedersen E, Cocke C L and Stockli M (1983) Phys Rev Lett 50, 1910–1913CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  24. Hughes A L and Rojansky V (1929) Phys Rev 34, 284–290CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  25. Kuyatt C E and Jorgensen T (1963) Phys Rev 131 666–675CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  26. Lucas M W and Harrison K G (1972) J Phys B5 L20–22Google Scholar
  27. Macek J (1970) Phys Rev Al 235–241Google Scholar
  28. Macek J (1983) XIII I C P E A C p317–330 (North Holland) eds: Eichler J, Hertel I V, Stolterfoht NGoogle Scholar
  29. Macek J, Potter J E, Duncan M M, Menendez M G, Lucas M W, Steckelmacher W (1981) Phys Rev Lett, 46, 1571–1574CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  30. Mechbach W, Vidal R, Focke P, Nemirovsky I B, Gonzalez Lepera E (1984) Phys Rev Lett 52, 621–624CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  31. Menendez M G, Duncan M M, Eisele F L, Junker B R (1977) Phys Rev A15, 80–84CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  32. Oldham W J B (1965) Phys Rev 140, 1477–81CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  33. Oldham W J B (1967) Phys Rev 161, 1–6CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  34. Oppenheimer J R (1928) Phys Rev 31, 349–356CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  35. Rodbro M and Andersen F D (1979) J Phys B 12, 2883–2903Google Scholar
  36. Rudd M E and Macek J (1972) Case Stud. At, Phys 3 47–136Google Scholar
  37. Rudd M E, Sautter C A and Bailey C L (1966) Phys Rev 151, 20–27CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  38. Salin A (1969) J Phys B 2, 631–9, J Phys B2, 1225-6Google Scholar
  39. Salin A (1972) J Phys B5, 979–86Google Scholar
  40. Shakeshaft R (1978) Phys Rev A18, 1930–1934CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  41. Shakeshaft R and Spruch L (1973) Phys Rev A8, 206–215Google Scholar
  42. Shakeshaft R and Spruch L (1979) Rev Mod. Phys 51, 369–405CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  43. Shakeshaft R and Spruch L (1978) Phys Rev Lett 41, 1037–1040CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  44. Suter M, Vane C R, Elston S B, Alton G D, Griffin P M, Thoe R S, Williams L, Sellin I A, Laubert R (1979) Z Phys A289 433–434Google Scholar
  45. Thomas L H (1927a) Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc 23, 713–716Google Scholar
  46. Thomas L H (1927b) Proc. Roy. Soc. 114, 561–576Google Scholar
  47. Thomson J J (1912) Phil. Mag. 23, 449–457Google Scholar
  48. Vriens (1967) Proc. Phys. Soc. 90, 935–944CrossRefGoogle Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer-Verlag 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • M. W. Lucas
    • 1
  • K. F. Man
    • 1
  • W. Steckelmacher
    • 1
  1. 1.University of SussexFalmerUK

Personalised recommendations