# Formation of protonium and positronium in atomic collisions

@inproceedings{Whitehead2001FormationOP, title={Formation of protonium and positronium in atomic collisions}, author={Richard John Whitehead}, year={2001} }

- Published 2001

A minimum-norm method has been developed for solving the coupled integro-differential equations describing the scattering of positrons by one-electron targets in which the rearrangement channels for positronium formation have been explicitly included. The minimum-norm method, applied to this application for the first time in this thesis, is an enhancement of a previously reported least-squares method which has enabled the extension to a significantly larger basis consisting of up to 26 states… CONTINUE READING

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