Excited state populations and charge-exchange of fast ions in solids
Excited state populations and charge state fractions of 445 MeV Cl ions have been measured for a range of thicknesses of solid C targets. Cross sections for electron capture, loss, excitation and excited state quenching have been determined and these data are found to predict a quantitative difference between equilibrium charge state distributions from gases and solids for a special case of the Bohr-Lindhard density effect model.
Physics, Astronomy, and Materials Science
Miller, P. D., C. J. Sofield, C. J. Woods, N. E. B. Cowern, L. B. Bridwell, C. D. Moak, D. C. Gregory et al. "Excited state populations and charge-exchange of fast ions in solids." Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms 10 (1985): 225-227.
Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, B