K. E. Zaharakis

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Cross sections for target atom K vacancy production have been measured recently, using solid targets of Cu, Mo, Ag, Sn, Sm, and Ta bombarded by 10 A MeV beams of H, Ne, Ar, Cr, Kr, Xe, and Bi [1]. It was found that the target K x-ray production cross section becomes enhanced as the target atomic number Z2 approaches the atomic number Z1 of the projectile.(More)
Cross sections for projectile electron loss for U and U colliding with H2, N2 and Ar were calculated using the n-body classical trajectory Monte Carlo method. The calculations include electrons on both nuclear centers and all electron-electron and electron-nuclear interactions between centers. Multiple ionization is inherently included in these many(More)
The objective of this study was to estimate the direct annual cost of treating patients with schizophrenia in Greece in 2005. Due to the lack of quantitative data, information on the treatment pathway and medical resource utilization of patients were collected from a consensus panel of 9 psychiatrists and 5 health economists. For estimating the costs a(More)
The ionization and electron transfer mechanisms that determine the charges of energetic ions passing through matter have been of continuing interest since the discovery of natural radioactivity. The close connection between the charge of an ion and the strength of its Coulomb interaction with atoms of the medium makes it one of the most important factors in(More)
Charge transfer, electronic excitation, and ionization are three major categories of events that occur in an ion-atom collision [1]. Due to the Coulomb force, electrons from the neutral target may be transferred to the projectile ion in a process termed electron capture (EC). The distance between the interacting particles, their charge, and the energy at(More)
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