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Bartschat Klaus (Ed.) Computational Atomic Physics. Electron and Positron Collisions with Atoms and Ions

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Bartschat Klaus (Ed.) Computational Atomic Physics. Electron and Positron Collisions with Atoms and Ions
Springer, 1996. — 267 p.
Reliable collision data are needed, for example, as input for programs to simulate energy transport in plasmas or the calculation of stellar opacities.
The reason for the problems in the numerical simulation of the collision dynamics lies in the quantum-mechanical nature of this so-called "three-body Coulomb problem", in which three particles, two electrons and a proton, interact with each other through the long-range Coulomb force. A reliable calculation of the ionization process, in particular, turns out to be very difficult.
Bartschat K. Electron-Atom Scattering Theory: An Overview.
Bartschat K. Core Potentials for Quasi One-Electron Systems.
Hibbert A. Energies and Oscillator Strengths Using Configuration Interaction Wave Functions.
Madison D.H. , Bartschat K. The Distorted-Wave Method for Elastic Scattering and Atomic Excitation.
McCarthy I.E. , Xixiang Z. Distorted-Wave Methods for Ionization.
McEachran R.P. The Close-Coupling Approximation.
Burke P.G. , Scott M.P. The R-Matrix Method.
Bray I. , Stelbovics A. Momentum-Space Convergent-Close-Coupling Method for a Model e-H Scattering Problem.
Barnett A.R. The Calculation of Spherical Bessel and Coulomb Functions.
Bartschat K. Scattering Amplitudes for Electron-Atom Scattering.
Bartschat K. Density Matrices: Connection Between Theory and Experiment.
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