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Theory of Inelastic Atom-Atom Collisions

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Part of the Topics in Current Physics book series (TCPHY, volume 5)

Abstract

The understanding of the inelastic scattering of atoms and ions requires a reliable theory of the motion of nuclei and electrons interacting via Coulomb forces under conditions where the center-of-mass energy far exceeds the binding energy of electrons around one or other nucleus. This many-body, Coulomb scattering problem is one of the more difficult problems in atomic physics, largely because of the long range of the Coulomb force. Despite much effort, even the simplest such problem- that of the scattering of protons and hydrogen atoms-is not completely understood, particularly when rearrangement or unbound final states are involved. For this reason the theory of ion-atom collisions has concentrated on developing methods and approximations by which various types of ion-atom collisions involving at most a few electrons may be described.

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Wave Function Total Cross Section Born Approximation Coupling Matrix Excitation Cross Section 
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