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Electron cooling by carbon monoxide in the atmospheres of Mars and Venus
(BioMed Central - http://www.biomedcentral.com, 2008-02-04)
Electron cooling, in which free electrons lose energy to vibrational excitation of gases, has been identified as a significant process in the atmospheres of Mars and Venus for electron impact on CO2. This process does not ...
Electron Collisions in our Atmosphere - How the Microscopic Drives the Macroscopic
(American Institute of Physics, 2005)
Role of excited nitrogen in the ionosphere
(American Institute of Physics, 2006)