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Generalized Oscillator Strengths and Electronic Collision Cross Sections for Nitrogen at Excitation Energies Above 10 eV
Collision cross sections and generalized oscillator strengths have been determined for each of 13 transitions in nitrogen whose excitation energies lie in the interval 10 to 83 eV. Only theExpand
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Collision Cross Sections for Oxygen in the Excitation Energy Range 10 to 80 V
Inelastic, electronic, collision cross section for the scattering of electrons of approximately 500‐V kinetic energy have been determined over the excitation energy range 10 to 80 V. GeneralizedExpand
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Electronic Collision Cross Sections and Oscillator Strengths for Oxygen in the Schumann—Runge Region
Electron collision cross sections have been determined for that transition in oxygen corresponding to the dissociation continuum of the Schumann—Runge bands. Generalized oscillator strengths haveExpand
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Additional Collision Cross Sections for Helium Especially in the Ionized Continuum
Additional data on the cross sections for the 1 1S→2 1P transition are reported and compared with extended theoretical calculations. Some additional results on the 1 1S→2 1S transition are alsoExpand
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Electron collision cross sections as a function of scattering angle are reported for four transitions in helium including one at the ionization limit. Incident electrons of kinetic energy 511 V areExpand
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Electron Spectrometer for the Study of Inelastic Electronic Collision Cross Sections
An apparatus for the study of inelastic electronic collision cross sections of molecules as a function of scattering angle is described. The accuracy of excitation potential and collision crossExpand
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Inelastic Collision Cross Sections of Carbon Monoxide
Electron collision cross sections for three transitions in carbon monoxide have been determined as a function of angle. The results are in good accord with the general predictions of the BornExpand
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$^{*}$The research reported in this paper has been sponsored by the Geophysics Research Directorate of the Air Force Cambridge Research Center, Air Research and Development Command. $^{1}$ E. N.Expand
Comparison of Theoretical and Experimental Electron Collision Cross Sections for Three Excitations in Helium
A comparison of theoretical and experimental electron collision cross sections is made for transitions from the ground state of the helium atom to the 21S, 21P, and 31P excited states.
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Preparation and Phase Transformations of Dicalcium Silicate-Alkali Fluoride Complexes
Complexes of dicalcium silicate and lithium, sodium, and potassium fluorides were prepared by solid-state reactions. X-ray diffraction powder pattern data are presented for the complexes. PhaseExpand
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