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Quantum-Mechanical Approach to Collision-Induced Radiative Emissions
Charge exchange is a process that occurs in an atomic collision where an electron from one of the colliding particles is transferred to the other; typically from a neutral atom or molecule to an ion. Electrons transferred ...
On the Role of Projectile Electrons in an Independent Electron Model Description of Dressed-Ion Impact on Atoms
The presence of electrons on ions which collide with neutral atoms constitutes a challenge to theoretical descriptions of the collision dynamics. These collisions pose quantum-mechanical many-body problems that cannot be ...
Electron Removal Processes in Proton-Methane Collisions
We have conducted a quantum-mechanical analysis within the independent elec- tron model to investigate electron removal processes in the proton-methane collision system in the 20 keV to a few MeV energy range. Similar ...