2 edition of Atomic collisional rate and ionization relaxation study in a helium shock wave. found in the catalog.
Atomic collisional rate and ionization relaxation study in a helium shock wave.
Satya Pal Kalra
Written in English
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
Photoionization from excited states of helium plays an important role in the transfer of radiation through laboratory plasmasI and hot stellar atmospheres2. In addition, accurate cross sections for single-and multi-photon ionization from excited states of helium may be required for a quantitative understanding of the interaction of laser radiationCited by: Notes: The spectroscopic data below are for the isotope 4 He. He I Ground State 1s 2 1 S 0 Ionization energy cm-1 ( eV) Ref. M02 He II Ground State 1s 2 S 1 / 2 Ionization energy cm-1 ( eV) Ref. MK00b-1 ( eV) Ref. MK00b.
Helium Atom, Many-Electron Atoms, Variational Principle, Approximate Methods, Spin 21st April I. The Helium Atom and Variational Principle: Approximation Methods for Complex Atomic Systems The hydrogen atom wavefunctions and energies, we have seen, are deter-mined as a combination of the various quantum "dynamical" analogues of. correlations) play a dominant role in atomic multiple ionizing reactions. Thus, already a study of double ionization can serve as a tool to investigatethe speciﬁc many-body properties of bound and continuum wavefunctions as well as of the collision process itself. rate coeﬃcient calculations for the bare through Na-like ions of all elements from H to Zn. Using our data and the recommended electron impact ionization data of Mazzotta et al. (), we have calculated improved collisional ionization equilibrium calculations. File Size: KB.
Abstract A two-parameter empirical formula is proposed to compute the electron collisional ionization cross sections for atoms and ions. An interpolation formula is given to compute one of the parameters when experimental information is missing, and the corresponding ionization rate is computed. Electron Impact Ionization When an electron collides with an atom or ion, there is a small probability that the electron kicks out another electron, leaving the ion in the next highest charge state (charge q increased by +1). This is called electron-impact ionization and is the dominant process by which atoms and ions become more highly charged. Fig. 6 exhibits the experimental and theoretical fully differential cross section (FDCS) for ionization of helium by eV electron impact as 3D polar plots. The two outgoing electrons share the excess energy of 46 eV equally. One electron is detected at a fixed angle θ 1 = 40°, whereas the detection angle of the second electron is varied Cited by:
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