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W Scheid – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • application of the trajectory method for the solution of the time dependent thomas fermi dirac equation to h ar collisions
    Journal of Physics B, 1992
    Co-Authors: M Zimmermann, P Zimmerer, N Grun, W Scheid

    Abstract:

    A trajectory method for the solution of the time-dependent Thomas-Fermi-Dirac equation is applied to Atomic scattering processes. The time evolution of the electron density is described by trajectories of test particles. This method is studied in the case of proton-impact ionization of an Argon Atom. Various cross sections for electron production, also differential in the emission angle and energy, are calculated and compared with experimental data.

M Zimmermann – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • application of the trajectory method for the solution of the time dependent thomas fermi dirac equation to h ar collisions
    Journal of Physics B, 1992
    Co-Authors: M Zimmermann, P Zimmerer, N Grun, W Scheid

    Abstract:

    A trajectory method for the solution of the time-dependent Thomas-Fermi-Dirac equation is applied to Atomic scattering processes. The time evolution of the electron density is described by trajectories of test particles. This method is studied in the case of proton-impact ionization of an Argon Atom. Various cross sections for electron production, also differential in the emission angle and energy, are calculated and compared with experimental data.

Detlef Diesing – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Energy transfer in Argon Atom – Surface interactions studied by Pt–SiO2–Si thin film chemoelectronic devices
    Vacuum, 2020
    Co-Authors: Michael Scheele, Ievgen I Nedrygailov, Eckart Hasselbrink, Detlef Diesing

    Abstract:

    Abstract The energy transferred from a heated platinum surface to an adjacent Argon gas of several mbar pressure is studied. The cooling effects during accommodation of the Argon Atoms when colliding with the surface can be monitored by current changes in a chemoelectronic device, in this case consisting of silicon, silicon-oxide and platinum. A numerical heat flow model and the experimentally observed temperature dependence of the conduction in the device show that the observed signals are due to a cooling of the whole device. Temperature gradients and accompanying thermoelectric effects play only a minor role.

  • energy transfer in Argon Atom surface interactions studied by pt sio2 si thin film chemoelectronic devices
    Vacuum, 2015
    Co-Authors: Michael Scheele, Ievgen I Nedrygailov, Eckart Hasselbrink, Detlef Diesing

    Abstract:

    Abstract The energy transferred from a heated platinum surface to an adjacent Argon gas of several mbar pressure is studied. The cooling effects during accommodation of the Argon Atoms when colliding with the surface can be monitored by current changes in a chemoelectronic device, in this case consisting of silicon, silicon-oxide and platinum. A numerical heat flow model and the experimentally observed temperature dependence of the conduction in the device show that the observed signals are due to a cooling of the whole device. Temperature gradients and accompanying thermoelectric effects play only a minor role.