Dynamics of Reaction of Monoenergetic Atoms


When monoenergetic atoms are continuously introduced into a thermal gas, they can undergo deactivating, activating, and reactive collisions. The net result of such collisions is to establish a steady-state distribution of laboratory energies which, although not as sharp as the initial distribution, preserves some of its features, such as being centred at… (More)


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