Similarities and differences between electron and positron scattering from molecules
In this paper a comparative study is carried out between total cross sections (TCS) for electron impact with those for positron impact using both experimental and theoretical procedures. The method used for the measurements is a retarding potential time-of-flight (RP-TOF) while the theoretical procedure is the Continuum Multiple Scattering (CMS) model. The experimental energy range is 0.2-1000 eV while that for the CMS is 1.5-100 eV. For polar molecules, the increase in TCS observed below 2 eV...[Show more]
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