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Title: A Study of the Electron Excited H2 Lyman Band System From Cascade Transitions
Authors: Dziczek, D.
Ajello, J.
James, G.
Hansen, D.
Issue Date: Jun-1999
Citation: Physical Review Letters
USA
Abstract: The intensity of UV resonance transitions excited by electron impact is determined by direct and cascade processes. The lifetime of decay by spontaneous emission is short (<10 ns); the lifetimes for cascade from higher-lying states is longer (>30 ns).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/17598
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