Excitation of Molecular Vibrations by Positron Impact
The positron molecule collisions were investigated by measuring the vibrational excitation of Carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen by positron impact. The adiabatic motion of a positron beam in a strong magnetic field was used for measuring the positron energy measurements. The measured cross sections of the different molecules were compared with the theoretical calculations.
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