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Isotope effect for associative detachment: H(D) − + H(D) → H2(D2) + e −
We report experimental and theoretical results for associative detachment (AD) of D− + D → D2 + e−. We compare these data to our previously published results for H− + H → H2 + e−. The measurements
Isotope effects on the charge transfer into the n=1, 2, and 3 shells of He2+ in collisions with H, D, and T
Processes for charge transfer into He{sup 2+} colliding with the atomic isotopes hydrogen (H), deuterium (D), and tritium (T) are theoretically studied at collision energies as low as 30 eV/amu.
On the universal scaling in the electronic stopping cross section for heavy ion projectiles
ABSTRACT Energy deposition of heavy ions when penetrating a material is of crucial importance in determining the damage to materials with implications in areas such as material science, plasma
Trajectory and molecular binding effects in stopping cross section for hydrogen beams on H2
The complex interaction of an atomic projectile with a molecular target is studied by considering the time-dependent electron-nuclear dynamics of the collision. We calculate the energy loss, charge
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