Relativistic convergent close-coupling calculation of spin asymmetries for electron-thallium scattering
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We present left-right spin asymmetries for elastic and inelastic scattering of electrons from thallium. Being a heavy target (Z = 81), the spin asymmetries can be mediated by relativistic effects (spin-orbit interactions) in addition to exchange effects. We find overall excellent agreement with experiment.
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