Investigation of the behaviour of the Sherman function for elastic electron scattering from Kr and Xe
We have investigated in detail certain rich structures in the Sherman function S arising when spin-polarized electrons are elastically scattered from the heavy noble gases, krypton and xenon. These structures exhibit large magnitudes which span several degrees of the scattering angle and change significantly as the incident electron energy varies. We follow the evolution of these structures as a function of energy both theoretically and experimentally and compare with published data.
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