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Journal articles (4)
Super-elastic scattering studies in a resonant optical enhancement cavity Journal of Physics: Conference Series (2012)
A new method is described that allows super-elastic (SE) electron scattering studies to be extended to a wider range of targets. The technique employs an in-vacuum resonant optical enhancement cavity to amplify the intensity of ...
Low energy super-elastic scattering studies of calcium over the complete angular range using a magnetic angle changing device Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (2008)
Super-elastic scattering processes can be considered as the ‘time reversal’ of electron–photon coincidence measurements, with the advantage that data are accumulated thousands of times faster. This allows a far more extensive and accurate study of ...
Theoretical modeling of resonant laser excitation of atoms in a magnetic field Physical Review A (2008)
The interaction of near-resonant laser radiation with atoms immersed in a magnetic B field is calculated using a quantum electrodynamic model. In this model, the magnetic field is assumed to produce a small perturbation such ...
Superelastic electron scattering within a magnetic angle changer: determination of the angular momentum transferred during electron excitation over all scattering angles Physical Review Letters (2007)
By utilising super-elastic electron scattering from laser excited atoms together with a new Magnetic Angle Changing device, it is possible to determine the differential cross sections for excitation of atoms by electron impact over the ...