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Physics of Ion-Ion and Electron-Ion Collisions

Author: F Brouillard; J W McGowan
Publisher: Boston, MA Springer US Imprint : Springer, 1983.
Series: NATO advanced study institutes series., Series B,, Physics ;, 83.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Some of the earliest civilizations regarded the universe as organized around four principles, the four "elements" earth. water, air, and fire. Fire, which was the source of light and as such possessed an immaterial quality related to the spiritual world. was clearly the most impressive of these elements, although its quanti­ tative importance could not have been properly discerned. M- ern science has changed the  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: F Brouillard; J W McGowan
ISBN: 1461335450 9781461335450 9781461335474 1461335477
OCLC Number: 1058953153
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource (XI, 538 pages 158 illustrations)
Contents: Electron-Ion and Proton-Ion Collisions in Astrophysics --
The Role of Atomic Collisions in Fusion --
Theory of Electron-Atom Collisions --
Potential Energy Curves for Dissociative Recombination --
Electron-Impact Excitation of Ions --
Electron-Impact Ionization of Ions --
Experimental Studies of Electron-Ion Recombination --
Theory of Low Energy Ion-Ion Charge Exchange --
The Measurement of Inelastic Ion-Ion and Electron-Ion Collisions --
On the Measurement of Ion(Atom)-Ion(Atom) Charge Exchange --
Confinement of Ions for Collision Studies --
Studies of Ion-Ion Recombination Using Flowing Afterglow Plasmas.
Series Title: NATO advanced study institutes series., Series B,, Physics ;, 83.
Responsibility: edited by F. Brouillard, J.W. McGowan.

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The solid, liquid, and gaseous states are ordinary states, but the fourth state of matter, the plasma state, has retained a somewhat extraordinary character. The study of matter in the ionized state  Read more...

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