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Title: Influence of symmetry on the exchange of one and two electrons in slow collisions between protons and negative hydrogen
Authors: Лазур, Володимир Юрійович
Поп, Вікторія Василівна
Рейтій, Олександр Костянтинович
Рейтій, Владислав Костянтинович
Мигалина, Світлана Іванівна
Keywords: Повільні іон-атомні зіткнення, одно- та двоелектронна перезарядка, від'ємні іони
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Інститут експериментальний фізики Словацької академії наук
Citation: Lazur V.Yu., Pop V.V., Reity O.K., Reity V.K., Myhalyna S. I. Influence of symmetry on the exchange of one and two electrons in slow collisions between protons and negative hydrogen // Proceedings of the 13th Small Triangle Meeting (November 14-16, 2011, Stara Lesna). – Stara Lesna. – 2011. – P. 80-87.
Abstract: А theoretical investigation is made of one-and two-electron charge ехchange in coliisiorrs bеtwееп аn atom and an ion of the same element, the latter with two missing electrons. It is shown that the probability of one-еlесtrоп exchange in the case when the initial term crosses the final ground-state term is half the usual рrоbаbility fоr rеаsоns of sуmmеtrу: the atom and ion аrе identical. The occurrence of term crossing in this system alters the physical nature of rеsоnаnt two-electron exchange. Тhеrе is а nеw channel for two-stage ехсhапgе of two еlесtrопs. The first electron is rеIeased on the first pseudocrossing of tеrms and the second оп the second pseudocrossing. In the case of сгоssing with terms of the excited state, this exchange оссurs if the excitation is transferred during the time between the two pseudocrossings. The experimental сrоss section for the exchange of two electrons in a collision of a negative hydrogen atom with a proton can be ascribed completely to this new channel.
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Publication type: Стаття
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