Reactive collisions of electrons with H2+, HD+, BeH+, BeD+ and SH+

@inproceedings{Pop2017ReactiveCO,
  title={Reactive collisions of electrons with H2+, HD+, BeH+, BeD+ and SH+},
  author={N. Pop and F. Iacob and J. Mezei and O. Motapon and S. Niyonzima and D. Kashinski and D. Talbi and A. P. Hickman and I. Schneider},
  year={2017}
}
In numerous cold ionized gases the dissociative recombination (DR), the elastic collisions (EC), the vibrational excitation (VE) (inelastic collisions) and the vibrational de-excitation (VdE) (super-elastic collisions) of molecular cations with electrons are major elementary processes. Using a stepwise method based on the Multichannel Quantum Defect Theory (MQDT), cross sections and rate coefficients have been obtained for reactions induced on HD+, H2+, BeH+, BeD+ and SH+. Moreover, the… Expand
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