Elżbieta Ptasińska-Denga

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Electron-scattering absolute total cross sections for tungsten hexafluoride (WF6) and hexafluorethane (C2F6) molecules have been measured in a linear transmission electron-beam experiment within the impact energy range from about 1 to 250 eV. For electron scattering from WF6 the cross section shows a prominent resonant-like peak centred at 3 eV and a very(More)
Absolute total cross sections (TCSs) for electron scattering from boron trifluoride (BF(3)) and phosphorus trifluoride (PF(3)) molecules have been measured using a linear transmission method. The electron energy ranges from 0.6 to 370 eV for BF(3) and from 0.5 to 370 eV for PF(3). The TCS energy dependence for BF(3) exhibits two very pronounced(More)
Absolute total cross section (TCS) for electron scattering from sulfuryl chloride (SO2Cl2) molecules was measured in a linear transmission experiment at energies ranging from 0.5 to 150 eV. The most distinct features found in the TCS are the deep minimum located near 1.8 eV and the broad enhancement peaked around 9.5 eV with a shoulder spanned between 3 and(More)
An absolute total cross section (TCS) for electron scattering from phosphine (PH3) molecules was obtained in a linear transmission experiment at energies ranging from low (0.5 eV) to intermediate (370 eV). The dominant behaviour of the TCS energy function is a very pronounced low-energy enhancement with two distinct resonant-like humps peaked at around 2.4(More)
Absolute total cross section (TCS) for electron scattering from sulfuryl chloride fluoride (SO2ClF) molecules was measured in a linear transmission experiment at energies ranging from 0.6 to 370 eV. The experimental TCS energy function has a deep minimum (30 × 10−20 m2) at 3 eV which separates two distinct TCS enhancements. Below 3 eV the TCS curve(More)
Absolute total cross section (TCS) for electron scattering from sulfur tetrafluoride (SF4) molecules was measured in a linear transmission experiment at energies ranging from low (0.1 eV) to intermediate (370 eV). Below 1.6 eV the TCS function increases steeply towards lower energies and shows small resonant-like maximum near 0.4 eV. Two other distinct(More)
We report electron-scattering cross sections determined for 2-methyl-2-butene [(H3C)HC = C(CH3)2] and 2,3-dimethyl-2-butene [(H3C)2C = C(CH3)2] molecules. Absolute grand-total cross sections (TCSs) were measured for incident electron energies in the 0.5-300 eV range, using a linear electron-transmission technique. The experimental TCS energy dependences for(More)
The absolute total cross-section (TCS) for electron scattering from isoxasole, (CH)3NO, molecule has been measured using the linear transmission technique for impact energies ranging from 1 to 400 eV. The measured TCS energy dependence appears typical for highly polar targets; over whole energy range applied, the magnitude of TCS generally decreases as the(More)
Electron-scattering cross sections have been determined for trimethylene oxide, cyclic (CH(2))(3)O molecule, both experimentally and theoretically. The absolute total cross section (TCS) has been measured over energies from 1 to 400 eV using a linear electron-transmission method. The obtained TCS generally decreases with rising energy, except for the 3-10(More)
Absolute total cross section (TCS) for electron scattering from tetrahydropyran (THP: (CH2)5O) molecules has been measured from 1 to 400 eV, using a linear electron transmission technique. The TCS energy function for electron–THP collisions is characterized by the broad enhancement spanned between 3 and 15 eV, which can be attributed to resonant processes.(More)