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Effect Of The Center-Of-Mass Approximation On The Scaling Of Electron-Capture Fully Differential Cross Sections, A. L. Harris, Don H. Madison Aug 2014

Effect Of The Center-Of-Mass Approximation On The Scaling Of Electron-Capture Fully Differential Cross Sections, A. L. Harris, Don H. Madison

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We present results for p+He single electron capture and transfer with target excitation using the first Born approximation. The effect of approximating the center of mass of the helium atom and outgoing hydrogen atom at the respective nuclei is explored. Semianalytical results are compared for the calculations with and without the approximation, and it is shown that one must properly account for the center of mass of the atoms. It is also shown that this approximation is the result of the apparent v4 scaling that was previously observed with the four-body transfer with target excitation model.


Theoretical And Experimental Investigation Of (E, 2e) Ionization Of Argon 3p In Asymmetric Kinematics At Intermediate Energy, Sadek Amami, Melike Ulu, Zehra Nur Ozer, Murat Yavuz, Suay Kazgoz, Mevlut Dogan, Oleg Zatsarinny, Klaus Bartschat, Don H. Madison Jul 2014

Theoretical And Experimental Investigation Of (E, 2e) Ionization Of Argon 3p In Asymmetric Kinematics At Intermediate Energy, Sadek Amami, Melike Ulu, Zehra Nur Ozer, Murat Yavuz, Suay Kazgoz, Mevlut Dogan, Oleg Zatsarinny, Klaus Bartschat, Don H. Madison

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The field of electron-impact ionization of atoms, or (e, 2e), has provided significant detailed information about the physics of collisions. For ionization of hydrogen and helium, essentially exact numerical methods have been developed which can correctly predict what will happen. For larger atoms, we do not have theories of comparable accuracy. Considerable attention has been given to ionization of inert gases and, of the inert gases, argon seems to be the most difficult target for theory. There have been several studies comparing experiment and perturbative theoretical approaches over the last few decades, and generally qualitative but not quantitative agreement is ...