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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
Multi-hit detector system for complete momentum balance in spectroscopy in molecular fragmentation processes
A multi-hit detector system has been developed capable of measuring the complete momentum vectors of all ionic fragments after the dissociation of complex molecules induced by photon, electron or ionExpand
Role of excited electronic states in the interactions of fast (MeV) molecular ions with solids and gases
The authors report measurements of the joint distributions in energy and angle for fragments arising from the dissociation of 1.2-MeV ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}^{+}$ and 3.0-MeV He${\mathrm{H}}^{+}$ in thinExpand
Elemental composition of different types of wood
Abstract For the use of wood as an environmental sensor the average or normal elemental composition of wood has to be known (here with Z > 12). Since we find with PIXE that the elemental compositionExpand
Heavy ion track potentials in solids probed by electron yield measurements
Abstract We studied the electronic energy deposition by swift heavy ions in matter by means of electron yield measurements as a function of the projectile energy and atomic number. The dependence ofExpand
Beam - foil convoy electrons emerging from uncleaned and cleaned surfaces in coincidence with charge-analysed projectiles including neutrals
We discuss measurements of convoy electrons performed with incident (50, 150 keV) and (100, 200, 400 keV) ions, in coincidence with charge-analysed projectiles emerging from thin (150 - ) C and CuExpand
A systematic investigation of ionization occurring in few electron collision systems: H0, He0 impact on He
Absolute doubly differential cross sections for electron emission occurring in fast (0.5 MeV/amu) H0 — and He0 — He collisions have been measured using standard non-coincidence techniques as well asExpand
Auger transitions leading to defined final charge states by a coincidence technique
Abstract Using beam-foil techniques KLL satellite Auger electrons were measured in coincidence with outgoing projectiles, having a well defined final charge state. This experimental method was testedExpand
Low-energy metastable autoionizing states in nitrogen, oxygen, and neon (*)
In the electron energy spectra used to determine life-times of the metastable three electron (ls 2s 2p) 4P5/2-state in nitrogen, oxygen, and neon a triple peak structure is observed. The peak withExpand