Benchmark Calculations of Electron-Impact Differential Cross Sections
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The Calculation of electron-atom excitation and ionization cross section is considered in both the non-relativistic and relativesic scattering theory. We consider electron collisions with H. He. Cs and Hg. differential crosssections for elastic scattering and Ionization are presented.
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