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Near-Threshold Measurements of the Spin Dependence of Electron-Impact Ionization

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Author(s)

Michael H. Kelley, W Rogers, Robert Celotta, S Mielczarek

Abstract

The spin dependence of the electron-impact ionization of Na has been measured up to 2 eV above threshold with high precision to search for the existence of characteristic oscillations which would support the Coulomb-dipole theory of threshold ionization. The authors have been unable to observe any statistically significant oscillations. The present results are fully consistent with the Wannier theory.
Citation
Physical Review Letters
Volume
51
Issue
24

Citation

Kelley, M. , Rogers, W. , Celotta, R. and Mielczarek, S. (1983), Near-Threshold Measurements of the Spin Dependence of Electron-Impact Ionization, Physical Review Letters (Accessed May 23, 2024)

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Created December 31, 1982, Updated October 12, 2021