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Cross Sections and Related Data for Electron Collisions with Hydrogen

By Tawara, H.

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Title: Cross Sections and Related Data for Electron Collisions with Hydrogen  
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Introduction: A number of experimental and theoretical investigations of collision processes involving hydrogen molecules and molecular ions in electron impact have been and are still being performed extensively because they are of the most fundamental importance in electron-molecule collisions. Indeed, understanding of electron-molecule collision processes is requisite in many applications such as chemistry, astrophysics, astrochemistry, plasma fusion research, and plasma material processing. Thus, there are a number of review articles on hydrogen molecule and molecular ion collisions with electrons available presently.' The cross sections for various collision processes such as excitation, dissociation, ionization or photon emission have to be known with appropriate accuracies for such applications, modeling and diagnostics. Also various features, such as energy distributions and angular (spatial) distributions, of products, either ions, atoms, molecules or photons, are key parameters necessary in understanding?

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Contents 618 3.1. Hydrogen Atoms from Dissociative Exci- 618 tation/Ionization of H, 630 618 3.1.1. Hydrogen Atoms in the Ground 620 State ................................................. 620 3.1.2. Hydrogen Atoms in the Excited 620 States ................... ................ ....... 622 3.2. Protons from Dissociative Ionization of H, 622 3.3. Protons from Double Ionization of H, ..... 4. Concluding Remarks and Comments on Future 623 Work .................................................................... 5. Acknowledgment ............................................... 625 6. References ............................................................ 625 List of Figures 626 1. Some important energy levels of moiecular hydrogen and molecular ion. ................................. - --- S) Pre.h.m q results of the present report have been described in IPPJAM- 46 (1986) and IPPJ-AM-55 (1987, InstituteofPlasmaPhysics, Na- - . goya University, Nagoya 464-01, Japan) b' Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Sagamiham 229, Japan c'Phy.iw Dcputmc~~Nt, ita University, Niigata 9JO-21, Japan *' General College of Education, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Ohmiya 330, Japan Formerly Institute of Plasma Physcis, Nagoya University 6 1990 by the U. S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of r$e United Stares. This copyright is assigned to the American Institute of Physics and the American Chemical Society. Reprints availabie from ACS; see Reprints List at back of issue. 2. Comparison of cross sections for various collision processes in neutral Hz ............................... 626 3. Cross sections of elastic scattering. .................... 4. Cross sections of rotational excitation. .............. 626 ............. 627 5. Cross sections of vibrational excitation. 6. Cross sections ofelectronicexcitation toB 'Z,.?. . 627 7. Cross sections of electronic excitation to B ' and 629 B '2:. ............................................................. 630 8. Cross sections of electronic excitation to C In., ... 9. Cross sections of electronic excitation to D &d D' In , ................................................................ 10. Cross sections of electronic excitation to E + 2, .................................................................... 1 1. Cross sections of electronic excitation to a 12. Cross sections of electronic excitation to b ?S,+. 1 3. Cross sections of electronice xcitation to c 'nu.. 14. Cross sections of electronic excitation to e 5: . 15. Cross sections of photon emission for Lyman band, Werner band, Lyman-a, Lyman#, 2s state, Balmer-a, -8, -y, and -6 lines. .................. 0047-2689/90/030817-20/$08.00 617 J. Phy~C. hem. Ref. Data, Vd. 19, No. 3,1990

 

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