Measurement of absolute differential cross sections for the excitation of the pi, pi[sup *]

Asmis, Knut R.; Allan, Michael
May 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;5/1/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 17, p7044
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of a magnetically collimated electron impact spectrometer with pulsed incident electron beam and time-of-flight selection of electrons scattered in the forward and backward directions, to measure differential cross sections (DCS) for the excitation of the valence triplet state of ethane at scattering angles.


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