By L.S. Cederbaum, K.C. Kulander, N.H. March, K. Codling, L.J. Frasinski, H. Friedrich, T.F. Gallagher, K.J. Schafer, P.S. Schmelcher
This article is worried with the constitution and bonding of atoms and molecules in severe fields. subject matters lined contain: molecules in severe laser fields; field-induced chaos and chaotic scattering; and microwave multiphoton excitation and ionization.
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4 Electron Collector and Ion or Atom/Molecule Injection . 3 The Ions Trapped in an EBIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 HCI Spectroscopy at EBITs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 HCI Spectroscopy for Fundamental Physics . . . . . . 2 EBIT-Based Spectroscopy in Assisting Plasma Diagnostics References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Introduction The history of spectroscopic studies of highly charged ions (HCIs) goes back to the 1930s.
This process is labeled as KLn DR. DR process only happens when the excess energy in capturing the free electron matches the excitation energy for promoting the bound electron in the ion. In an EBIT, the electron beam energy is almost monochromatic with a small spread, and hence resonant processes, such as DR, can be neglected basically. Such processes must be considered specifically at the resonance energies. In contrast, RR is a nonresonant process that can occur at any electron energy. In this process, a free electron is captured by an ion, and the excess energy is released by photon emission.
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Atoms and Molecules in Intense Fields by L.S. Cederbaum, K.C. Kulander, N.H. March, K. Codling, L.J. Frasinski, H. Friedrich, T.F. Gallagher, K.J. Schafer, P.S. Schmelcher