Atomic and Plasma-Material Interaction Data for Fusion Volume 10
Charge Exchange Cross Section Data Relevant to Fusion Research
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J. Caillat, A. Dubois and J.P. Hansen:
"Recommended partial cross sections for electron capture in C6+ + H(1s) collision."
M.N. Panov, V.V. Afrosimov and A.A. Basalaev:
"Cross sections of electron capture by multiply charged ions from hydrogen atoms and molecules, and population of electronic states of created ions."
D. Rabli, R. McCarroll and M. Gargaud:
"Extension of model potential method to treat charge transfer in open shell systems. Application to Si3+/He, He2+/He(21S) and He2+/He(23S) systems."
Z. Juhász, G. Lubinski, R. Morgenstern and R. Hoekstra:
"Line emission spectroscopy of low-energy charge transfer reactions."
H.B. Gilbody and R.W. McCullough:
"Measurements of state-selective electron capture by slow multiply charged ions in specified ground or metastable states."
M. Albu, F. Aumayr, J.P. Klein, L. Mrazek, R. Worgotter-Plunger and HP. Winter:
"Charge exchange between slow doubly charged ions and simple molecules: Translational energy spectroscopy and data survey."
D. Elizaga, L.F. Errea, J.D. Gorfinkiel, C. Illescas, A. Macías, L. Méndez, I. Rabadán, A. Riera, A. Rojas and P. Sanz:
"Vibrationally resolved charge trasnfer and ionization cross sections for ion-H2 (D2,DT,T2)collisions."
V.K. Nikulin and N.A. Guschina:
"Theoretical study of electron capture and excitation processes in collisions of alpha particles with helium-like C4+, N5+, O6+ ions."
L. Gulyás and P.D. Fainstein:
"Cross sections for electron capture from atomic helium by fully stripped ions."
R.K. Janev, J.G. Wang and T. Kato:
"Charge exchange cross section database for proton collisions with hydrocarbon molecules."
T. Kusakabe, R.J. Buenker and M. Kimura:
"Charge transfer processes in collisions of H+ ions with H2, D2, CO, CO2, CH4, C2H2, C2H6 and C3H8 molecules below 10 keV."
"Cross sections for ion-molecule reactions in hydrogen systems and charge transfer reactions of slow multiply charged ions."