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Electron and Photon Collisions with Molecules

  • P. G. Burke
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 196)

Abstract

These lectures review the theory of electron and photon collisions with molecules. After an introduction which discusses the role of these collisions in various applications and provides references to other review articles and monographs, a section is included which summarises the basic processes which can occur when an electron or a photon collides with a molecule. The next section presents the theory of electron-molecule collisions from two viewpoints. Firstly when a laboratory frame repres- entation is used and secondly when a molecular frame representation is adopted. In the latter case the adiabatic nuclei approximation is introduced and its limitations are discussed. In the next section the theory of molcular photoionisation is presented and the close link with electron molecule collisions emphasised. The next section contains a discussion of computational methods. Particular attention is paid to approximations which have been made in the representation of the exchange and polarisation potentials. A short review is then given of methodsusedin solving the coupled integrodifferential equations which are satisfied by the wave function of the colliding or ejected electrons. In the next section we consider methods for including the nuclear motion which go beyond the adiabatic nuclei approximation. Finally in the last section we consider some further illustrative results of electron molecule collisions and molecular photoionisation calculations and experiments.

Keywords

Diatomic Molecule Potential Energy Curve Polyatomic Molecule Polarisation Potential Vibrational Excitation 
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  • P. G. Burke
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Applied Mathematics & Theoretical PhysicsThe Queen’s University of BelfastBelfastN. Ireland

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