High-energy ion-atom collisions: proceedings of the 4th Workshop on High-Energy Ion-Atom Collision Processes, held in Debrecen, Hungary, 17-19 September 1990
High-energy ion-atom collisions are subject of intense investigation in present-day atomic physics. They give fundamental information on the collision mechanism of ions and atoms, and on their highly excited states. This book includes invited survey talks, and invited contributions, all carefully refereed. The topics covered are electron capture and loss (including ionization), double electron and resonance processes, electron correlation and post-collision interaction effects, collisions of antiparticles with atoms, and so forth.
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Welcome by D Berényi
A Electron Capture and Loss
L2 Invited Contributions 341
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amplitude Andersen angular antiparticles antiprotons approximation Atomic Collisions Auger beam Berenyi Burgdorfer calculations channel coincidence collision system continuum contribution convoy electron Coulomb crystal curve cusp Datz Debrecen dependence dielectronic differential cross sections distribution double electron capture double ionization effects ejected electron capture electron correlation electron emission electron loss electron-electron interaction excitation experiment experimental data ﬁeld ﬁgure ﬁnal ﬁrst GANIL heavy ions helium Hvelplund hydrogen impact parameter incident ion-atom collisions ionisation ionization cross section ions channeled K-shell Knudsen Lett measured mechanism Meckbach MeV/u momentum muon Nucl nuclear observed Olson Palinkas particles peak Phys potential production projectile and target projectile charge projectile ions projectile velocity protons ratio recoil ion recombination resonant Rydberg shell single ionization spectra Stolterfoht T. J. Morgan Tanis target electrons target ionization theoretical theory total cross sections transfer ionization transition transverse wave function