Fine-structure electron-impact excitation of Ne+ and Ne2 + for low-temperature astrophysical plasmas

@article{Wang2016FinestructureEE,
  title={Fine-structure electron-impact excitation of Ne+ and Ne2 + for low-temperature astrophysical plasmas},
  author={Qianxia Wang and S. D. Loch and Y. Li and M. S. Pindzola and Renata Cumbee and Phillip Stancil and Brendan M. McLaughlin and Connor P. Ballance},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={469},
  pages={1225-1232}
}
Collision strengths for electron-impact of fine-structure level excitation within the ground term of Ne$^{+}$ and Ne$^{2+}$ are calculated using the Breit-Pauli, Intermediate Coupling Frame Transformation, and DARC $R$-matrix methods. Maxwellian-averaged effective collision strengths and excitation rate coefficient qij are presented for each. The application of the current calculations is to very low temperature astrophysical plasmas, thus we examine the sensitivity of the effective collision… 
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