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Differential cross-section studies of collisions of alkali metal atoms at thermal energy.

John Alexander Logan

Differential cross-section studies of collisions of alkali metal atoms at thermal energy.

by John Alexander Logan

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Thesis (Ph. D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1975.

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Quenching of excited alkali atoms and related effects in flames: Part I. Theoretical analysis to escape this dependence completely, because the quenching collisions do increase the transition probability of the excited Na-atoms. DEMTR~DER,(~~) HULPKE, PAUL and PAUL(“) and others irradiated sodium vapour in. A.Y. Istomin, N.L. Manakov, and A.F. Starace, “Perturbative Calculation of the Triply Differential Cross-Section for Double Photoionization of He,” J. Phys. B 35, L (). G. Lagmago Kamta and A.F. Starace, “Two-Active Electron Approach to Multielectron Systems in Intense Ultrashort Laser Pulses: Application to Li—,” J. Modern.

strengthening a metal by alloying additions that form solid solutions. Dislocations have more difficulty moving through a metal lattice when atoms are different in size and electrical characteristics, as is the case with solid solutions. Total collision cross sections (Q) for the interaction of atomic beams of K and Cs with a number of molecules were measured with an apparatus of 30″ angular gh absolute determinations of Q are difficult, relative values are readily obtained (±3%). Results are reported as the ratio (Q *) of the cross section for a given molecule to that of argon for the same beam by:

The analysis was focused on the Drell‑Yan differential cross section in the electron channel at the proton-proton collision energy of 7TeV and 8TeV as well as on the coordination of the Standard Model Physics data and Monte Carlo validation effort. Heavy water (deuterium oxide, 2 H 2 O, D 2 O) is a form of water that contains a larger than normal amount of the hydrogen isotope deuterium (2 H or D, also known as heavy hydrogen), rather than the common hydrogen-1 isotope (1 H or H, also called protium) that makes up most of the hydrogen in normal water. The presence of deuterium gives the water different nuclear properties, and the Chemical formula: D, ₂O.


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Differential scattering cross sections for collisions of alkali ions and atoms. III. The first differential cross section measure- ments for this system have been reported by von Busch and co-workers [4, Since these measurements were performed at relatively low collision energies the quasi.

resonant charge exchange was not the principle Cited by: In this paper we present the relative differential cross sections for collisions of several negative halogen ions with Na and K. The measurements have been carried out in two separate experiments with energy ranges of 5– eV and – eV and angular ranges of ° and °, by: 9.

We present a direct measurement of the velocity dependence of the associative-ionization (AI) cross section for collisions between Na(3P) atoms in the energy range eV in a crossed-beam. Negative ion products resulting from collisions between orthogonal, crossed beams of alkali metal atoms (Na, K, Cs), and the octahedral hexafluorides MF/sub 6/ (M=S, Se, Te, Mo, W, Re, Ir, and Pt) have been examined in the energy range from approx.0 to 40 eV (lab).

on a low energy electron beam experimental apparatus similar in concept to the modi- fied Ramsauer system employed in the cesium ion-cesium atom cross-section measure- ments.

This system will be used to measure the totai collision cross section of electrons interacting with cesium atoms over an energy range from to Size: 2MB. Total Electron Transfer Cross Sections for Highly Charged Ion - Alkali Metal Atom Collisions Fig.

3 Comparison of the observed total electron transfer cross sections with the scaling law for the rare gas atom targets. The scaling law for rare gas atom targets and fitted line to our data for the alkali metal atom targets are represented.

Precision measurements of cross sections of inelastic processes realized in collisions of alkali metal ions with atom s of rare gases R. Lomsadze 1, M.R. Gochitashvili 1, N.O. Mosulishvili 1. alkali-metal atom due to variations in both the M-3He elastic cross section and the amount of energy necessary for abla-tion.

To find the lower limit for ¯ D/¯ R, we first measure 0 with the trap turned off. We then energize and reload the trap to measure trap. Temperature is measured using a thermom-eter in thermal contact with 3He.

We Cited by: 9. The cross sections for quenching the lowestn 2 P states of the alkali atoms Li, Na, K., and Rb by the inert gases He, Ne, Ar, Kr, and Xe are presented for 5 eV≦E c.m.≦ eV.

These cross sections are derived from the corresponding cross sections for collisional excitation by applying the principle of microreversibility. Upper estimates for the quenching cross sections at thermal energies Cited by: In Section "Reaction Rates—A Microscopic View", you saw that it is possible to use kinetics studies of a chemical system, such as the effect of changes in reactant concentrations, to deduce events that occur on a microscopic scale, such as collisions between individual studies have led to the collision model of chemical kinetics, which is a useful tool for understanding.

Close‐coupling (two‐state) computations for collisional ionization and elastic scattering in Na+I and Li+I collisions have been made, using realistic model potentials, at a large range of postthreshold energies.

At the higher energies a generalized JWKB procedure was employed which yields a very accurate scattering matrix when compared to a fully quantal by: We describe in detail a hybrid method for calculation of electron--polar-molecule scattering in which (1) low-l S-matrix elements are calculated in the body frame using a potential which incorporates a realistic representation of the molecular core; (2) intermediate-l elements are calculated in the.

Satisfactory agreement between calculated and experimental results is found for the differential cross sections in the groundstate and the excited state, for satellites in theK(4P),K(5P) and Na(3P) line profile, for the van der Waals constantsC (6) andC (8), the alkali ion-rare gas interaction and the vibrational energy levels of the Na-Ar Cited by: Almost all of the experimental studies of GP effects in bimolecular chemical reactions have so far been limited to H or D atom exchange reactions in H + HD/D + HD systems at energies close to the CI [30,31,32,33,34,35].At these high collision energies, many partial waves contribute and any GP effect present in a partial wave resolved cross section washes out when a summation over all partial Author: Brian K.

Kendrick, N. Balakrishnan. forces may be obtained from studies of the scat­ tering of a beam of molecules by a gas. The molecular beam method allows for the detection of very small angle deflections; thus the total collision cross section is a measure of the "maximum interaction sphere" of the two molecules.

The results of earlier investigationsl- 6 have sug­. Pair your accounts. Export articles to Mendeley. Get article recommendations from ACS based on references in your Mendeley library.

Modeling of Elastic Collisions between High Energy and Slow Neutral Atoms numerical models for Hall thrusters approximate the collisions between the high energy and slow atoms via the variable hard sphere (VHS) model, even though the VHS param- required cross-section to cover the finite scattering region and the means of interpolation.

Abstract: In this paper we discuss how through the process of applying the Fourier transform to solutions of the Schr\"odinger equation in the Close Coupling approach, good results for the ionization differential cross section in energy for electrons ejected in ion-atom collisions are obtained.

The differential distributions are time dependent and through their time average, the comparison Cited by: 1. Description; Chapters; Supplementary; This book highlights recent progress in the chemistry of radicals. Developments include the growing use of lasers to generate radicals, the application of lasers to provide state, angular, polarization, energy and real-time resolution in kinetics and dynamics experiments, the development of theories for handling the reactions of radicals, and the.

b Calculate the flux of energy arising from a temperature gradient of K m−1 in a sample of hydrogen in which the mean temperature is K. a Use the experimental value of the thermal conductivity of neon (Table ) to estimate the collision cross-section of Ne atoms at K.

Electrons are moving at any point of metal with a variety of thermal energy in many directions. The net current density thus can be expressed in terms of the average velocity of electrons as, where n is the electron density, m e is the electron mass, is the average electron momentum and e is electronic charge.Differential and angular integrated cross sections for elastic collisions of Ar atoms with Ar atoms are calculated from representative potential energy curves for collision energies from eV to 10 keV.

The scattering phase shifts are calculated using the WKB approximation.First results on the energy dependence of double-electron capture in ion-alkali colli-sions obtained within a collaboration with the KVI in Groningen, the Netherlands, are presented and discussed in detail.

The kinematically complete electron cap-ture experiments are performed in .