Vibrational excitation of methane by 15 and 30 eV intermediate-energy electron impact

Motte-Tollet, F.; Heinesch, J.; Gingell, J.M.; Mason, N.J.
April 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;4/8/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 14, p5990
Academic Journal
Studies the absolute measurements of differential electron-collision cross sections for the vibrational excitation of methane in its electron ground state. Normalization of the absolute scale carried out using inelastic/elastic ratios; Small scattering angular range where minima have been observed in the cross sections.


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