Relativistic Ionization of Hydrogen Atoms by Positron Impact
AbstractRelativistic triple differential cross-sections (TDCS) for ionization of hydrogen atoms by positron impact have been calculated in the symmetric coplanar geometry. We have used Dirac wave functions to describe free electron’s and positron’s sates. The relativistic formalism is examined by taking the non relativistic limit. Present results are compared with those for the corresponding electron-impact case. In the first Born approximation, we found that the TDCS for positron impact ionization exceeds that for electron impact for all energies in accordance with the result obtained by several other theories. View Full-Text
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Chahboune, A.; Manaut, B.; Hrour, E.; Taj, S. Relativistic Ionization of Hydrogen Atoms by Positron Impact. Atoms 2016, 4, 10.
Chahboune A, Manaut B, Hrour E, Taj S. Relativistic Ionization of Hydrogen Atoms by Positron Impact. Atoms. 2016; 4(1):10.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chahboune, Amal; Manaut, Bouzid; Hrour, Elmostafa; Taj, Souad. 2016. "Relativistic Ionization of Hydrogen Atoms by Positron Impact." Atoms 4, no. 1: 10.
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