By R. K. Janev (auth.), R. K. Janev (eds.)
This well-illustrated source presents important cross-section info for the atomic and molecular collision procedures happening within the boundary sector of magnetically restrained fusion plasmas and in different laboratory and astrophysical low-temperature plasmas. The expertly assessed details during this noteworthy quantity comprises the latest experimental and theoretical effects offered in a handy structure. insurance contains the methods of electron-impact excitation and ionization of plasma aspect atoms, electron-ion recombination, dissociative collision approaches related to electrons and a lot more.
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This progress has been motivated by the need for electron collision data for a variety of reasons, ranging from undcrstanding the fundamental nature of the interactions to modeling the behavior of several physical systems (various discharge and laser systems, fusion plasmas) and environments (astrophysical plasmas, ionosphcric and auroral processes of planetary atmospheres). At the same time, a great deal of progress has also been made in the theoretical area of collision physics, and the interplay between theory and experiments has further enhanced developments in this fjeld.
Den Hartog et al. "Notation: I.. waveJengths: E. energy levels: A. transition probabilities. Year Reference 1990 1991 1994 1992 1994 1993 1986 1988 1987 1987 72 31 73 74 75 76 33 34 30 30 26 W. L. Wiese more up-to-date review of molecular data bases has been prepared by Jorgensen,78 again mostly with respect to astrophysical needs and interests. 6. SUMMARY In Table VII the major literature references on critical spectroscopic data compilations for elements of relevance to fusion edge plasmas are summarized.
Atomic and Molecular Processes in Fusion Edge Plasmas by R. K. Janev (auth.), R. K. Janev (eds.)