Attachement électronique dissociatif sur HCI et DCI

  title={Attachement {\'e}lectronique dissociatif sur HCI et DCI},
  author={Roger Azria and L. Roussier and R. Paineau and M. Tronc},
2014 The formation of negative ions in HCI and DCI is studied with a total ionization chamber. In addition to the already well established peak of CIions, two other peaks are observed at 6.9 and 9.2 eV. These peaks are due to H(D-) ions. We have determined the absolute cross section for the different processes and measured the corresponding isotope effects. We obtained : REVUE DE PHYSIQUE APPLIQUÉE TOME 9, MARS 1974, PAGE Classification Physics Abstracts 5.460 

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