APPLICATIONS OF MODERN DEVELOPMENTS IN SCATTERING THEORY TO ATOMIC COLLISION PROBLEMS.
Summary rept. 1 Mar 65-28 Feb 66,
PITTSBURGH UNIV PA
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The Faddeev-Lovelace formulation of three-body collision problems is applied to the specific problem of e-H scattering. The Faddeev-Lovelace procedures for e-H scattering are described, but numerical results are not obtained, because the integrals which appear are difficult. These integrals involve the complex momenta of the interacting particles, and are derived making use of the known exact analytic dependence on the complex momenta of the interacting particles of the two-body Coulomb scattering amplitude, given previously.
- Nuclear Physics and Elementary Particle Physics