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Title: The Electron Excitation Function of H Lyman-(alpha) from Threshold to 1.8 keV
Authors: James, G. K.
Slevin, J. A.
Shemansky, D. E.
McConkey, J. W.
Dziczek, D.
Kanik, I.
Ajello, J. M.
Issue Date: 1996
Abstract: The excitation function of prompt Lyman-(alpha) radiation, produced by electron impact excitation of atomic hydrogen, has been measured for the first time over an extended energy range from threshold to 1.8 keV. Measurments were obtained in a crossed-beams experiment using both magnetically confined and electrostatically focused electrons in collision with atomic hydrogen produced by an intense discharge source.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/26366
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