Many-Particle Spectroscopy of Atoms, Molecules, Clusters, and Surfaces

Many-Particle Spectroscopy of Atoms, Molecules, Clusters, and Surfaces

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ISBN-13: 9781461354918
Publisher: Springer US
Publication date: 10/13/2012
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2001
Pages: 518
Product dimensions: 7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

Part I: Coincidence studies on atoms and ions I: Single ionization/excitation processes. 1. Experimental study of interferences in non-coplanar (e,2e) cross sections; A. Murray, F. Read. 2. Ionization of laser oriented sodium atoms by polarized electrons; S. Mazevet, et al. 3. Time-dependent calculation of electron-hydrogen single differential ionization cross sections using pseudostates; D.O. Odero, et al. 4. (e,2e) processes on isoelectronic hydrogen- and alkali-like ions: Scaling laws; L.U. Ancarani, P.A. Hervieux. 5. Asymptotics of the helium bound states; Y.V. Popov, L.U. Ancarani. 6. An application of the Coulomb scattering theory to ionization processes; V.L. Shablov, et al. 7. Exact versus local exchange in distorted-wave Born calculations of electron impact ionisation; P.J.P. Roche, et al. 8. On the influence of using Dirac-Fock rather then density functional potentials in the relativistic DWBA approximation; M. Kampp, et al. 9. Effective potential study of (e, 2e) processes with polarized electrons; U. Lechner, et al. 10. Low energy (e,2e) ionization of argon in the equal energy sharing geometry; S. Mazevet, et al. 11. Low energy inner-valence electron impact ionization of argon; M.A. Haynes, B. Lohmann. 12. Electron-electron coincidence studies in Xenon with precisely tailored equipment; N. Scherer, V. Schmidt. 13. Influence of post collision interaction on the line-shape of auger-electron spectra in electron impact ionisation; B. Paripás, et al. 14. Direct observations in satellite and inner-valencestates of Xe2+; P. Bolognesi, et al. 15. Spin-Flip transitions for the resonantly excited Xe★(6p3/2)N5O2,3O2,3 Auger spectrum; B. Lohmann, U. Kleiman. 16. Multiple scattering processes in ion atom single ionisation; W.R. Cavero, et al. 17. Rescattering of an atomic electron in a time-dependent field; S. Kunikeev. Part II: Coincidence studies on atoms and ions II: Multiple ionization/excitation processes. 18. Recent progress in theory of atomic double photoionization; A.S. Kheifets, et al. 19. The double ionisation of helium by both photon and electron impact; J. Rasch, et al. 20. Is the optical limit approached in coplanar (e,3e) experiments on He at high and intermediate energies? A. Lahmam-Bennani, et al. 21. The role of the momentum transfer in (e,3e) collisions on helium; A. Dorn, et al. 22. Electron-impact double ionization to investigate electron correlation; J.H. Moore, et al. 23. (e,3e) as a two-step process; V.V. Balashov, et al. 24. (e,3e) processes: A brief theoretical review and new ideas; Y.V. Popov, et al. 25. On the importance of the second order term for double excitation processes of helium by charged particles; P.J. Marchalant, et al. 26. (PS, E+E-); J. Ludlow, H.R.J. Walters. 27. Differential measurements of single and multiple ionisation of argon by positron impact; R. Dubois, C. Doudna. Part III: Many-particle spectroscopy of molecules and clusters. 28. A multi-technique investigation of doubl

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