Theory of Charge Exchange and Ionization in Ion-Atom (Ion) Collisions

  • R. K. Janev
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 145)

Abstract

The present review will deal with the theoretical methods for study of single electron transfer and ionization processes in ion-atom and ion-ion collisions,
$$ A + {B^{{{q^{ + }}}}} \to {A^{ + }} + {B^{{\left( {q - 1} \right) + }}}\quad ,\quad q \geqslant 1 $$
(1.1a)
$$ \to {A^{ + }} + {B^{{\left( {q^{ + }} + e \right)}}} ]$$
(1.1b)
$$ {A^{{q_{1}^{ + }}}} + {B^{{q_{2}^{ + }}}} \to {A^{{\left( {{q_{1}} + 1} \right) + }}} + {B^{{\left( {{q_{2}} - 1} \right) + }}}\quad ,\quad {q_{1}},{q_{2}} \geqslant 1 $$
(1.2a)
$$ \to {A^{{\left( {{q_{1}} + 1} \right) + }}} + {B^{{\left( {{q_{2^{ + }}}} \right) + }}} + e ]$$
(1.2b)
We shall also briefly discuss some conceptual aspects of the transfer ionization process
$$ A + {B^{{{q^{ + }}}}} \to {A^{{2 + }}} + {B^{{\left( {q - 1} \right) + }}} + e $$
(1.3)
which is the simplest example of correlated multi-electron transition processes.

Keywords

Manifold Helium Tate Auger Ectron 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. K. Janev
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  1. 1.Université Catholique de LouvainLouvain-la-NeuveBelgium

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