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Solid Effects on Inner Shell Ionization

  • F. W. Saris

Abstract

X-ray yields from ion bombardment of solid or gaseous targets differ markedly, due to the steady state excitation of the projectile when penetrating a solid target, and due to recoil effects. The observed influence of outer-shell ionization on inner-shell excitation yields information on the state of energetic ions moving through solids. It is observed that the equilibrium fraction of ions which have one or more inner-shell vacancies can be as large as 10–100%. This leads necessarily to collision-induced deexcitation processes one of which is the emission of MO x rays. These charge state effects are reviewed along with an illustration of the importance of recoil effects as well as a discussion of possible future investigations.

Keywords

Internuclear Distance Solid Target Rotational Coupling Shell Ionization Solid Effect 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • F. W. Saris
    • 1
  1. 1.F.O.M.-Institute for Atomic and Molecular PhysicsAmsterdam/WgmThe Netherlands

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