Orientation effects in multiple ionization of molecules by fast ions

Werner U, Kabachnik N, Kondratyev VN, Lutz HO (1997)
PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 79(9): 1662-1665.

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The multiple ionization and dissociation of N-2 molecules by fast He+ ions was studied by the coincident measurement of correlated fragment-ion momenta using a position-and time-sensitive multiparticle detector. The dependence of the cross section on the alignment of the molecular axis with respect to the beam axis was determined. The results show that for higher degrees of ionization the cross section has a pronounced minimum for molecules oriented perpendicular to the beam. The quantitative interpretation of the observed results is based on an extended version of the statistical energy deposition model.
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Werner U, Kabachnik N, Kondratyev VN, Lutz HO. Orientation effects in multiple ionization of molecules by fast ions. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 1997;79(9):1662-1665.
Werner, U., Kabachnik, N., Kondratyev, V. N., & Lutz, H. O. (1997). Orientation effects in multiple ionization of molecules by fast ions. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 79(9), 1662-1665.
Werner, U., Kabachnik, N., Kondratyev, V. N., and Lutz, H. O. (1997). Orientation effects in multiple ionization of molecules by fast ions. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 79, 1662-1665.
Werner, U., et al., 1997. Orientation effects in multiple ionization of molecules by fast ions. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 79(9), p 1662-1665.
U. Werner, et al., “Orientation effects in multiple ionization of molecules by fast ions”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, vol. 79, 1997, pp. 1662-1665.
Werner, U., Kabachnik, N., Kondratyev, V.N., Lutz, H.O.: Orientation effects in multiple ionization of molecules by fast ions. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 79, 1662-1665 (1997).
Werner, Udo, Kabachnik, Nikolay, Kondratyev, VN, and Lutz, Hans Otto. “Orientation effects in multiple ionization of molecules by fast ions”. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 79.9 (1997): 1662-1665.
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