State-selective K-K electron transfer and K ionization cross sections for Ar and Kr in collisions with highly charged C, O, F, S, and Cl ions at intermediate velocities

B. B. Dhal, Lokesh C. Tribedi, U. Tiwari, K. V. Thulasiram, P. N. Tandon, T. G. Lee, C. D. Lin, L. Gulyás

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Abstract

In this study, measurements were carried out to account for the total K-shell ionization cross sections and the K-K electron-transfer cross sections for highly charged C, O, F, and Si ions on Ar, and F, S, and Cl ions on Kr. The charge state dependence of the target K x-ray production cross sections was measured. As a result, it was possible to extract the cross sections of the two major channels (the K-K electron transfer and the K ionization) in the same experiment.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)22714-22711
Number of pages4
JournalPhysical Review A
Volume62
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2000

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State-selective K-K electron transfer and K ionization cross sections for Ar and Kr in collisions with highly charged C, O, F, S, and Cl ions at intermediate velocities. / Dhal, B. B.; Tribedi, Lokesh C.; Tiwari, U.; Thulasiram, K. V.; Tandon, P. N.; Lee, T. G.; Lin, C. D.; Gulyás, L.

In: Physical Review A, Vol. 62, No. 2, 08.2000, p. 22714-22711.

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Dhal, B. B. ; Tribedi, Lokesh C. ; Tiwari, U. ; Thulasiram, K. V. ; Tandon, P. N. ; Lee, T. G. ; Lin, C. D. ; Gulyás, L. / State-selective K-K electron transfer and K ionization cross sections for Ar and Kr in collisions with highly charged C, O, F, S, and Cl ions at intermediate velocities. In: Physical Review A. 2000 ; Vol. 62, No. 2. pp. 22714-22711.
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