Resonant ion-pair formation in the recombination of NO+ with electrons: Cross-section determination
Resonant ion-pair formation from the collisions of NO+ ions with electrons was studied using the heavy-ion storage ring CRYRING at the Manne Siegbahn Laboratory of Stockholm University. The total cross section is measured for the formation of N+ +O– for electron energies 8–18 eV, and the results are compared with ion-pair formation in photoionization work. A peak in the cross section is observed at 12.5 eV, with a magnitude of 8.5×10–19 cm2. An attempt to extract the cross section for the reverse process of associative ionization is made.
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Le Padellec, A, Djuric, N, Al Khalili, A, Danared, H, Derkatch, A. M, Neau, A, … Larsson, M. (2001). Resonant ion-pair formation in the recombination of NO+ with electrons: Cross-section determination. Phys. Rev. A, 64(Article number: 12702), 1–7.