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Particle Induced Electron Emission I
Kinetic electron emission from solid surfaces under ion bombardment.- Kinetic electron emission from ion penetration of thin foils in relation to the pre-equilibrium of charge distributions.- SlowExpand
Deexcitation of hollow atoms: autoionization of multiply excited N, O and Ne atoms at a Pt(110) surface
Abstract The K-Auger electron emission during the interaction of 60 keV N6+, 70 keV O7+ and 90 keV Ne9+ with a Pt(110) surface occurs below the target surface for glancing angles in the range 10–90°.Expand
Secondary-electron velocity spectra and angular distributions from ions penetrating thin solids☆
Abstract We present velocity spectra and angular distributions of secondary electrons emitted from cleaned surfaces of thin carbon and gold foils penetrated by H+ (Ep = 0.8 and 1.2 MeV), H2+ (Ep/Mp =Expand
Molecular effects observed in auger transitions from H+ AND H2+ collisions with solid, molecular and atomic targets
Abstract The molecular effect is measured by the ratio R = Y A ( H 2 + ) Y A ( H + ) of H 2 + - and (1 MeV/u) H + -i For carbon foil surfaces R solid ⩽1.3 resulting from the high energy region of theExpand
Target characterization by fast ion impact
Abstract Accelerator based, easily accessible methods are discussed to control and characterize targets and their surfaces by (MeV) ion impact. Independent, but simultaneously applicable techniquesExpand
The influence of solid surfaces on low-energy convoy electron emission
The influence of solid surfaces on the emission of low-energy convoy electrons (8 eV<or=Ee<or=13 eV) from different target materials (C, Al, Cu, Ag, Sm, Gd and Au) after Kr+ impact (1.4Expand
Wake effects in the stopping power of molecular ions
Abstract The stopping power of diatomic molecular ions is calculated in the framework of the dielectric theory using a Monte Carlo procedure. Vicinage effects are included by application ofExpand