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Electron collisions with the SF2 radical using the R-matrix method
We present the elastic and the excitation cross sections of the four lowest-lying electronically excited states of the radical SF2 using the R-matrix method. These excited states have symmetries 1
Electron-impact study of an NCO molecule using the R-matrix method
The present study deals with the calculation of elastic [integrated and differential cross section (DCS)], momentum-transfer, excitation, and ionization cross sections for electron impact on S{sub 2}
Positron collisions with molecular hydrogen: cross sections and annihilation parameters calculated using the R-matrix with pseudo-states method
The molecular R-matrix with pseudo-states (MRMPS) method is employed to study positron collisions with H2. The calculations employ pseudo-continuum orbital sets containing up to h (l = 5) functions.
Differential Scattering Cross Sections for Elastic Electron Scattering by a Calcium Atom
Theoretical studies of elastic electron scattering by a calcium atom have been made by employing a model complex optical potential (composed of static, exchange, polarization and absorption terms).
Electron scattering by the sulfur fluoride radical using the R-matrix method
The R-matrix method is used to study electron collisions with the molecular radical sulfur fluoride (SF). The elastic and excitation cross sections of the six lowest-lying electronically excited
M1 transition probabilities between fine structure components2LJ(L ≥ 1)
Spontaneous emission transition probabilities of the magnetic dipole transitions between states of ground state configurations consisting of onenl electron (or a hole) outside a closed shell have
Electron-impact study of PH3: an R-matrix approach
We present elastic cross sections for scattering of electrons by a phosphine (PH3) molecule using the R-matrix method for incident electron energies in the range 0.025–15 eV. We find a shape
Total cross sections of positron scattering from various molecules using the rule of additivity
The total cross sections {sigma}{sub t} for positron impact on many diatomic and polyatomic molecules have been calculated using the additivity rule in which the total cross section for a molecule is