Low energy positron scattering from krypton and xenon
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Absolute grand total, positronium formation, and grand total minus positronium formation cross sections for positron scattering from krypton and xenon have been measured with an energy resolution of ~60 meV over the energy range 0.5-60 eV. Experimental results for elastic differential cross sections measured using the same apparatus, for selected energies both below and above the Ps threshold, are also presented. Theoretical estimations of these cross sections are also performed using the convergent close coupling method (CCC) and the relativistic optical potential (ROP) approach.
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