Electron Collision Processes in Atomic and Molecular Physics
Authors: P. C. Minaxi Vinodkumar
978-81-8487-343-6 Publication Year: 2014
Pages: 230 Binding: Hard Back
About the book
ELECTRON COLLISION PROCESSES IN ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR PHYSICS contains expertise articles on emerging research areas in the field of atomic and molecular interactions with charge particles in general. The different topics presented include a wide range from ab-initio methods to complex quantum mechanical calculations apart from experimental measurements of various collision cross sections. The power of modern computational techniques and the latest experimental status and facilities covered in this book will be very useful for all those who are interested to choose a research career in atomic and molecular physics. The cross section data for wide energy range presented in this volume covers simple molecules to very complex molecules of biological relevance. It is important to note that such collision data will find applications in environmental science, semiconductor physics, plasma physics, astro-chemistry, radio-biology etc. The articles are authored by leading researchers and I am sure that this volume will provide information, inspiration and new directions both to the experts and beginners alike.
Preface / Total Cross Sections of Charge particle collisions with Molecular Targets: Measurements and Calculations / Theoretical Estimations and Experimental measurements on Ionization Cross Sections of selected Atoms and Molecules / Applications of Charge particle Collision Data and Properties of selected Atomic and Molecular Targets.
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