Spectroscopy and Collisions of Few-Electron Ions

Proceedings of the Study Conference Scofei "88
  • 400 Pages
  • 3.16 MB
  • English
World Scientific Pub Co Inc
Particle & high-energy physics, Particle Physics, Congresses, Heavy ion collisions, Ion-atom collisions, Spectra, Science/Mathem
ContributionsValeriu Zoran (Editor)
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL13212884M
ISBN 109971509474
ISBN 139789971509477

The principal goal of this book is to provide state-of-the art coverage of the non-relativistic three- and four-body theories at intermediate and high energy ion-atom and ion-molecule collisions. The focus is on the most frequently studied processes: electron capture, ionization, transfer excitation and transfer : Hardcover.

The principal goal of this book is to provide state-of-the-art coverage of the non-relativistic three-body theory of high-energy ion atom collisions. The main aspects of generalizations to tissue-like molecular targets, such as water, are also outlined. The focus is on the most frequently studied two processes, single electron capture and : Dzevad Belkic.

Spectroscopy and collisions of few-electron ions: proceedings of the Study Conference SCOFEI '88, Bucharest, Romania, August September 2, Author: M Ivașcu ; Viorica Florescu ; Valeriu Zoran.

Nuclear Instruments and Methods () North-Holland Publishing Company SPECTROSCOPY OF FEW-ELECTRON- SLOW RECOIL IONS H.F. BEYER", F. FOLKMANN 2) and R. MANN 11 1) GSI, Darmstadt, West Germany 1) Institute of Physics, University of Aarhus, Denmark High-charge low-velocity recoil ions can be produced by fast collisions of Cited by: 2.

The principal goal of this book is to provide state-of-the-art coverage of the non-relativistic three- and four-body theories at intermediate and high energy ion-atom and ion-molecule collisions. The focus is on the most frequently studied processes: electron capture, ionization, transfer excitation and transfer ionization.

The book is inter.~ed to serve as an in-depth review of work to this date on the subject of recombination of atomic ions both in collision with free electrons and with atoms. The chapter mentions the advantages of studying electrons from ion-atom collisions, because the techniques of electron spectroscopy are more difficult than those of X-ray spectroscopy in general.

The chapter presents a brief survey of the instruments and techniques, as well as the basic concepts of the collision by: 4. The chapter discusses collisions between heavy ions and atoms. In an ion–atom collision, an ion or an atom with velocity impinges on a target that is usually at rest in a laboratory system.

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An important parameter for describing a classical collision is the impact parameter that describes the lateral displacement of an asymptotic trajectory. This talk focuses on ion-atom collisions where dynamical correlations due to interaction between the electrons during the collision play an important role.

Such correlations can be important for multielectron transitions in weak coupling cases (high collision energies), since to first order in the projectile interaction and without correlation Author: A. Ford, J. Reading. Inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy (ICP-AES), also referred to as inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES), is an analytical technique used for the detection of chemical elements.

It is a type of emission spectroscopy that uses the inductively coupled plasma to Spectroscopy and Collisions of Few-Electron Ions book excited atoms and ions that emit electromagnetic. Ion– electron collisions give rise to reactions associated with the electron shells of atoms (photon emission, Auger electrons, conduction electrons or holes, secondary electron emission) and nuclear collisions give rise to reactions involving the nucleus (nuclear scattering, atomic displacement, sputtering, nuclear reactions resulting in.

Momentum distributions of Ne + and Ar + ions created by nm, 25 fs laser pulses at intensities of up to 20 PW cm -2 have been measured using a 'reaction microscope'. The experimental results indicate that below PW cm -2 the production of Ne + ions is dominated by n-fold electron impact ionization (e, ne) collisions of the recolliding electron with its parent by: March Collision processes involving heavy many-electron ions interacting with neutral atoms H-like Ge 31 ions and Ne atoms, all theoretical data are in.

Electron-Atom Collisions (Cambridge Monographs on Atomic, Molecular and Chemical Physics) [Ian E. McCarthy, Erich Weigold] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book is a comprehensive introduction to electron-atom collisions, covering both theory and experiment.

The interaction of electrons with atoms is the field that most deeply probes both Cited by: Polarization spectroscopy of He+(nl) ion produced in He2+-H(1s) collisions in a Debye plasma is studied by the two-center atomic orbital close-coupling (TC-AOCC) method in.

The use of mixed-state ionic beams in collision dynamics investigations is examined. Using high resolution Auger projectile spectroscopy involving He-like (1 s 2 1 S, 1 s 2 s 3, 1 S) mixed Author: Nikolaus Stolterfoht. In Mass spectrometry separation of ions takes place on the basis of there mass to charge ratio.

Mass spectroscopy is an advanced and powerful technique for. Spectroscopy / s p ɛ k ˈ t r ɒ s k ə p i / is the study of the interaction between matter and electromagnetic radiation (via electron spectroscopy, atomic spectroscopy, etc). Historically, spectroscopy originated through the study of visible light dispersed according to its wavelength, by a the concept was expanded greatly to include any interaction with radiative.

A comprehensive description of pulsed EPR spectroscopy is given in the recently published book of Schweiger and Jeschke [23]. Previous literature on pulsed EPR includes two monographs [24, 25], several edited books [18, 19, 26, 27], and a large number of reviews.

An up-to-date list is provided in [23]. del.

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anCited by: 2. von Brentano, D. Müller, J. Gassen, Proceedings of the Intl. Conf. ‘Spectroscopy and Collisions of Few Electron Ions’, Bucharest, Romania,Cited by: 1.

In ion mobility (Eq. 2), Ω has the dimensions of a surface, is a property of the ion–gas pair, and also depends on other parameters influencing the ion–gas collision velocities, i.e. on the temperature T, on the electric field E and on the pressure p (which controls N), and specifically on E/N.

The first section will review the effects of Cited by: Inspiring books such as Fundamental Aspects of Organic Mass Spectrometry or Metastable Ions, out of stock even in those days, did help me very much during my metamorphosis. Hav-ing completed my doctoral thesis on fragmentation pathways of isolated immo-nium ions in the gas phase, I assumed my current position.

SinceI have. The printed volume contains invited reviews on the spectroscopy of hydrogen, muonium, positronium, few-electron ions and frequency metrology and the determination of fundamental constants.

The accompanying CD contains, in addition to these reviews, a further 40 contributed papers also presented at the conference "Hydrogen Atom 2" held in summer. The rapid development in the field of recoil-ion momentum spectroscopy now allows one to perform complete momentum experiments of all the reaction products for single target ionization.

This experimental technique can address distinct features characterizing ionization processes in ion-atom collisions and can serve as a most stringent test for theory. Author: S. O’Rourke, W. Schmitt, J. Kendrick, Kh Khayyat, R. Moshammer, J. Ullrich, R. Dörner, H. Schm. This book aims at introducing the reader to the problem of electron­ molecule collisions, elucidating the physics behind the phenomena, and review­ ing, to some extent, up-to-date important results.

This book should be appropri­ ate for graduate reading in Format: Hardcover. The complementary nature of the electron spectroscopy and the recoil-ion momentum spectroscopy (RIMS) have been investigated using a new formulation based on three-body kinematics to explore the ionization dynamics in detail.

The separation of the soft and hard collision branches of recoil-ion distributions is a novel feature of the present Author: Lokesh C.


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Spectroscopy, study of the absorption and emission of light and other radiation by matter, as related to the dependence of these processes on the wavelength of the radiation.

More recently, the definition has been expanded to include the study of the interactions between particles such as electrons, protons, and ions, as well as their interaction with other particles as a function of.

High-resolution recoil-ion momentum spectroscopy (RIMS) is a novel technique to determine the charge state and the complete final momentum vector of a recoiling target ion emerging from an ionizing collision of an atom with any kind of radiation. It offers a unique combination of superior momentum resolution in all three spatial directions of with a large detection solid angle by: Momentum imaging of the secondary ions offers a new analysis method when combined with translational energy spectroscopy or energy-gain spectroscopy of scattered ions.

This technique was successful in clarifying the reaction pathways of the electronic transitions of molecules and following the dissociation processes in collisions between Ar q. Infrared photodissociation (IRPD) spectroscopy uses infrared radiation to break bonds in ions, photodissociate, within a mass spectrometer.

IRPD spectroscopy has been shown to use electron ionization, corona discharge, and electrospray ionization to obtain spectra of volatile and nonvolatile compounds. Ionized gases trapped in a mass spectrometer can be studied without Analytes: ion clusters, organic molecules, biomolecules. Mass spectrometry (MS) is an analytical technique that measures the mass-to-charge ratio of results are typically presented as a mass spectrum, a plot of intensity as a function of the mass-to-charge spectrometry is used in many different fields and is applied to pure samples as well as complex mixtures.§6 Ion–Molecule Collisions 13 Quantum Mechanical Approach 14 Semiclassical Approach 14 §7 Ion–Cluster Collisions 15 Jellium Models 16 Beyond the Jellium Approximation 17 §1.

Introduction This chapter is concerned with the electronic transi-tions in two-body collisions between ions, atoms and molecules. The collision energy covered ranges.This book contains the invited lectures and contributed papers presented at the V International Conference on the Physics of Highly Charged Ions, which was held at the lustus-Liebig-Universi­ tat Giessen, September This conference was the ftfth in a series .