Atomic Collisions

Atomic Collision is an elementary collision occurrence between two atomic particles that are molecules, ions, atoms or electrons. This kind of collision can be of two types that are Elastic collision and Inelastic collision. 1) In Elastic collision the total energy remains the same before and after the collision, where the directions of motion of the particles are transformed and the kinetic energy is merely distributed among the particles. 2) In Inelastic collision the internal energy of the colliding particles will changes where these particles go through transitions to different energy levels and the electronic state of an atom or a molecule is changed.

  • Collisions with atoms
  • Potential scattering, general features
  • The method of partial waves
  • The integral equation of potential scattering
  • The born approximation
  • Absorption process and scattering by complex potential
  • Collision theory
  • Electron and Positron collisions
  • Electron-randomization collision
  • Collisions in buffer gas
  • Collisions with molecules
  • Excitation of atoms

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