Angular Distribution of Characteristic Radiation Following the Excitation of He-Like Uranium in Relativistic Collisions

@article{Gumberidze2021AngularDO,
  title={Angular Distribution of Characteristic Radiation Following the Excitation of He-Like Uranium in Relativistic Collisions},
  author={A. Gumberidze and Daniel Bristol Thorn and Andrey Surzhykov and Christopher John Fontes and Dariusz Banaś and Heinrich F. Beyer and Weidong Chen and Robert E. Grisenti and Siegbert Hagmann and Regina Hess and P.-M. Hillenbrand and Paul Indelicato and Ch. Kozhuharov and M. Lestinsky and R. M{\"a}rtin and Nikolaos Petridis and R. V. Popov and R. Schuch and U. Spillmann and Stanislav Tashenov and Sergiy Trotsenko and Andrzej Warczak and G{\"u}nter Weber and Wei-Qiang Wen and Danyal F. A. Winters and Natalya Winters and Zhong Yin and Th. St{\"o}hlker},
  journal={Atoms},
  year={2021}
}
In this paper, we present an experimental and theoretical study of excitation processes for the heaviest stable helium-like ion, that is, He-like uranium occurring in relativistic collisions with hydrogen and argon targets. In particular, we concentrate on angular distributions of the characteristic Kα radiation following the K → L excitation of He-like uranium. We pay special attention to the magnetic sub-level population of the excited 1s2lj states, which is directly related to the angular… 
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