Electron excitation of the 41P1 state of a zinc atom
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Piwinski, Mariusz and Klosowski, Lukasz and Dziczek, Dariusz and Chwirot, Stainislaw and Das, Tapasi and Srivastava, Rajesh and Stauffer, A.D. and Bostock, Christopher J. and Fursa, Dmitry and Bray, Igor. 2012. Electron excitation of the 41P1 state of a zinc atom. Physical Review A. 86 (5): 052706.
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Experimental results of Stokes parameters and electron-impact coherence parameters for excitation of 4 1P1 state of zinc atoms are presented. The electron-photon coincidence method in the coherence-analysis version was applied to obtain data for scattering angles in the range from 5° to 40° for incident electron energy 100 eV. The experimental results are presented together with convergent-close-coupling-method and relativistic-distorted-wave-approximation theoretical predictions.
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