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Post-Collision Interaction with Wannier electrons

M. Yu. Kuchiev

Published 1997-04-14Version 1

A theory of the Post-Collision Interaction (PCI) is developed for the case when an electron atom impact results in creation of two low-energy Wannier electrons and an ion excited into an autoionizing state. The following autoionization decay exposes the Wannier pair to the influence of PCI resulting in variation of the shape of the line in the autoionization spectrum. An explicit dependence of the autoionization profile on the wave function of the Wannier pair is found. PCI provides an opportunity to study this wave function for a wide area of distances

Comments: 33 pages, Latex, IOP style, and 3 figures fig1.ps, fig2.ps, fig3.ps
Journal: J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Phys. 30 (1997) 3499
Categories: physics.atom-ph
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