By V. P. Shevelko, J. Ullrich (auth.), Professor Dr. Joachim Ullrich, Professor Dr. Viatcheslav Shevelko (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642056261

ISBN-13: 9783642056260

ISBN-10: 3662084929

ISBN-13: 9783662084922

This is the 1st accomplished remedy of the interactions of atoms and molecules with charged debris, photons and laser fields. Addressing the topic from a unified point of view, the quantity displays our current knowing of many-particle dynamics in rearrangement and fragmentation reactions comparable to electron seize, aim and projectile ionisation, photoabsorption and Compton scattering, collisional breakup in Coulomb structures, and dissociative ionisation. the person chapters, each one written by means of best specialists, supply a concise photograph of the complicated experimental and theoretical tools. The booklet additionally describes experimental equipment reminiscent of recoil-ion momentum spectroscopy (RIMS), electron microscopy (REMI), and many-particle time-of-flight and imaging strategies. Theoretical techniques handled contain the three-body Coulomb challenge, R- and S-matrix in addition to classical methods, close-coupling equipment, and density-functional theory.

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2. A beam of target atoms propagates along the y-axis, and the projectile beam along the z-axis. The projectile with the initial momentum P~ has a momentum P~ after a scattering on the target atom. The vector q = P~ - P~ of the momentum transfer has the longitudinal qll and transverse q~ projections on the z-axis and the (x,y)-plane, respectively. , a transformation into the standard "laboratory system" is performed. For simplicity, we will consider below that the target momenta are equal to zero before the collision.

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13) -2- . 14) with e being the speed of light. 15) Pp+PR=Pp+PR + ~Pej+ ~P,l' j=l i=l where P~ and P~ denote the momentum vectors of the projectile before i and after f the collision, the momentum vector of the target atom, and the momentum vector of the recoil ion, respectively. In the laboratory frame, where before the collision the target is at rest, one has = O. P ej and P ,i are the momenta of Nand N' additional electrons and photons, respectively, emitted into the continuum during the reaction.

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