Optical Excitation Cross-Sections in Atomic Collisions of Hydrogen, Magnesium and Atmospheric Gases.
OKLAHOMA UNIV NORMAN DEPT OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY
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Research has been performed in the experimental and theoretical areas of electron-atom, electron-molecule, and atom-atom collisions involving H2 dissociation, recombination of atomic hydrogen, wood discharge as a device for dissociation of H2, secondary processes in an electron-atom collision region, electron impact excitation of H, electron impact excitation of H2, electron impact dissociation of H2, polarization measurement of light from collision chamber, transfer of excitation in helium, electron impact simultaneous ionization and excitation of neon, and electron impact excitation of magnesium atoms. Author
- Physical Chemistry