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Low energy inelastic electron scattering from carbon monoxide: I. excitation of the a³Π, a’³Σ⁺ and AΠ¹ electronic states

Zawadzki, Mateusz and Khakoo, Morty A. and Voorneman, Logan and Ratkovic, Luka and Mašín, Zdeněk and Houfek, Karel and Dora, Amar and Laher, Russ and Tennyson, Jonathan (2020) Low energy inelastic electron scattering from carbon monoxide: I. excitation of the a³Π, a’³Σ⁺ and AΠ¹ electronic states. Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, 53 (16). Art. No. 165201. ISSN 0953-4075. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20200707-093010309

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Abstract

Differential scattering cross sections for electron excitation of the three lowest excited electron states of carbon monoxide are obtained experimentally using low-energy electron energy-loss spectroscopy and theoretically using the R-matrix method. The incident electron energies range from near-threshold of 6.3 eV to 20 eV. Experimental scattering angles range from 20° to 120°. The normalization of the experimental cross sections is made to available experimental elastic scattering data (Gibson et al 1996 J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 29 3197). The R-matrix calculations use three distinct close-coupling models and their results are compared to available experimental and theoretical cross sections. The overall comparison leads to significantly improved description of the excitation cross sections for this target.


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Khakoo, Morty A.0000-0002-8628-7131
Laher, Russ0000-0003-2451-5482
Tennyson, Jonathan0000-0002-4994-5238
Additional Information:© 2020 IOP Publishing Ltd. Received 25 February 2020; Accepted 22 May 2020; Accepted Manuscript online 22 May 2020; Published 29 June 2020. MZ acknowledges the Fulbright Program for a senior fellowship to conduct this work at California State University Fullerton. MAK and MZ acknowledge support from National Science Foundation research Grants: NSF-RUI AMO 1606905 and 1911702. KH acknowledges support by the grant agency of the Czech Republic, project GAČR No. 19-20524S. JT thanks the UK EPSRC for funding under the UK-AMOR project, grant EP/R029342/1 and AD acknowledges SERB, Govt. of India grant number EMR/2017/003179. ZM acknowledges support of the grant agency of the Czech Republic, project GAČR Junior No. 20-15548Y and a support of the Charles University project PRIMUS No. 20/SCI/003.
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Fulbright FoundationUNSPECIFIED
NSFPHY-1606905
NSFPHY-1911702
Czech Science Foundation19-20524S
Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)EP/R029342/1
Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB)EMR/2017/003179
Czech Science Foundation20-15548Y
Charles University20/SCI/003
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Official Citation:Mateusz Zawadzki et al 2020 J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 53 165201
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