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Title: Differential and integral cross sections for elastic electron scattering from CF2
Authors: Francis-Staite, Jessica
Maddern, Todd Michael
Brunger, Michael James
Buckman, Stephen J
Winstead, Carl
McKoy, Vincent
Bolorizadeh, Mohammad Agha
Cho, Hyuck
Keywords: Physical chemistry
Fluorocarbon
Electron scattering
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: The American Physical Society
Citation: Francis-Staite, J.R., Maddern, T.M., Brunger, M.J., Buckman, S.J., Winstead, C., McKoy, V., Bolorizadeh, M.A., & Cho, H., 2009. Differential and integral cross sections for elastic electron scattering from CF2. Physical Review A, 79(5), 052705-1-052705-7.
Abstract: We report the results of measurements and calculations of differential and integral cross sections for elastic electron scattering from the CF2 molecular radical. The energy range of the present investigation was 2–20 eV, while the angular distributions were measured at specific angles within the scattered electron range 20°–135°. The calculations employed the Schwinger multichannel method and were carried out both in the static-exchange and static-exchange plus polarization (SEP) approximations, with generally quite good agreement found between the data and the SEP level results. This was particularly true at lower energies, illustrating the importance of correctly accounting for the polarization in these collisions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/26347
ISSN: 1050-2947
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