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Photofragment Coincidence Imaging of Small I- (H2O)n Clusters Excited to the Charge-transfer-to-solvent State

Description: The photodissociation dynamics of small I{sup -}(H{sub 2}O){sub n} (n = 2-5) clusters excited to their charge-transfer-to-solvent (CTTS) states have been studied using photofragment coincidence imaging. Upon excitation to the CTTS state, two photodissociation channels were observed. The major channel ({approx}90%) is a 2-body process forming neutral I + (H{sub 2}O){sub n} photofragments, and the minor channel is a 3-body process forming I + (H{sub 2}O){sub n-1} + H{sub 2}O fragments. Both process display translational energy (P(E{sub T})) distributions peaking at E{sub T} = 0 with little available energy partitioned into translation. Clusters excited to the detachment continuum rather than to the CTTS state display the same two channels with similar P(E{sub T}) distributions. The observation of similar P(E{sub T}) distributions from the two sets of experiments suggests that in the CTTS experiments, I atom loss occurs after autodetachment of the excited (I(H{sub 2}O){sub n}{sup -})* cluster, or, less probably, that the presence of the excess electron has little effect on the departing I atom.
Date: November 9, 2005
Creator: Neumark, D. E. Szpunar, K. E. Kautzman, A. E. Faulhaber, and D. M.; Kautzman, K.E.; Faulhaber, A.E. & Faulhaber, A.E.
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Tables of Electron Radial Functions and Tangents of Phase Shifts for Light Nuclei (Z=1 through 10)

Description: From Introduction: "This Monograph, supplemented by ORNL-3207 [9], should eliminate completely the need for use of approximate formulas (e.g. those of Kotani and Ross [10]). The formulation of the problem has been summarized in sec. II. This is followed in sec. III by a discussion of the methods used in numerical calculations. Sec. IV contains a detailed explanation to facilitate the use of present tables."
Date: August 6, 1964
Creator: Bhalla, C. P.
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Cyclooctatetraenes Tetrakis-Annelated with α-Dithio- or α-Diselenocarbonyl Groups: Diradicals Predicted To Have Ground States with 10 π Electrons in the Eight-Membered Ring and Two-Center, Three-Electron, σ Bonds between Two Pairs of Chalcogen Atoms

Description: Article on cyclooctatetraenes tetrakis-annelated with α-dithio- or α-diselenocarbonyl groups.
Date: February 12, 2010
Creator: Zhou, Xin; Hrovat, David A. & Borden, Weston T.
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Energy Dissipation by Fast Electrons

Description: Report discussing the energy dissipated by fast electrons at different distances from monoenergetic electron sources, for plane perpendicular and point isotropic sources including tabulations and a summary of the theoretical methods and data utilized, and a table of spatial moments.
Date: September 10, 1959
Creator: Spencer, L. V.
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Anisotropy of conduction electrons in n-InSb and extrinsic and intrinsic properties of HgCdTe

Description: The anistropy of the orbital and spin properties of conduction electrons in InSb has been measured simultaneously using a cyclotron-resonance type experiment. This represents the first time that the anistropy of effective mass in InSb has been directly measured using an optical method.
Date: August 1991
Creator: Yoon, Im T. (Im Taek)
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Corrosion Characteristics of Uranium : An Electron Diffraction Study

Description: Abstract: "The initial product formed on relatively oxide-free uranium has been shown by electron diffraction to be the alpha or low temperature form of uranium hydride. Such as oxide-free surface has been prepared by polishing the metal within the electron diffraction unit while maintaining a vacuum of 10^-7 mm Hg. Uranium dioxide lines appear later and grow in intensity. Electron diffraction studies are reported on vacuum annealed metal."
Date: 1956
Creator: Waber, James T. & Whyte, Dawn D.
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THE TWO-BEAM ACCELERATOR

Description: A Two-Beam Accelerator, in which one of the beams is an intense low energy beam made to undergo free electron lasing and the other beam is a compact bunch of high energy electrons, is shown to be an interesting possibility for a linear collider.
Date: April 1, 1984
Creator: Hopkins, D.B.; Sessler, A.M. & Wurtele, J.S.
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On Point Designs for High Gain Fast Ignition

Description: Fast ignition research has reached the stage where point designs are becoming crucial to the identification of key issues and the development of projects to demonstrate high gain fast ignition. The status of point designs for cone coupled electron fast ignition and some of the issues they highlight are discussed.
Date: September 27, 2007
Creator: Key, M; Akli, K; Beg, F; Betti, R; Clark, D S; Chen, S N et al.
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SUPERTHERMAL ELECTRON DISTRIBUTION

Description: This memo discusses the analysis of the high-energy x-ray distribution from a laser-induced plasma to determine the superthermal electron distribution. The methods of deconvolution outlined in I are similar to formulae derived in the literature not including and including effects due to electron stopping. In II the methods are applied to an x-ray spectrum from an Au disc irradiated by ARGUS.
Date: December 20, 2007
Creator: Kauffman, R
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Photon and electron data for use in accelerator applications

Description: In accelerator applications we need photon and electron data, as well as computer codes that utilize this data, in order to predict results inexpensively and safely. In this paper I will first cover the current status of available photon and electron data, with emphasize on the improved detailed that has only recently been added to our data bases. Next I will cover the availability of this data and computer codes that use it.
Date: October 31, 1998
Creator: Cullen, D E
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Flavorful supersymmetry

Description: Weak scale supersymmetry provides elegant solutions to many of the problems of the standard model, but it also generically gives rise to excessive flavor and CP violation. We show that, if the mechanism that suppresses the Yukawa couplings also suppresses flavor changing interactions in the supersymmetry breaking parameters, essentially all the low energy flavor and CP constraints can be satisfied. The standard assumption of flavor universality in the supersymmetry breaking sector is not necessary. We study signatures of this framework at the LHC. The mass splitting among different generations of squarks and sleptons can be much larger than in conventional scenarios, and even the mass ordering can be changed. We find that there is a plausible scenario in which the next-to-lightest superparticle is a long-lived right-handed selectron or smuon which decays into the lightest superparticle, a gravitino. This leads to the spectacularsignature of monochromatic electrons or muons in a stopper detector, providing strong evidence for the framework.
Date: December 13, 2007
Creator: Nomura, Yasunori; Nomura, Yasunori; Papucci, Michele & Stolarski, Daniel
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Transverse momentum and centrality dependence of high-ptnon-photonic electron suppression in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$= 200 GeV

Description: The STAR collaboration at RHIC reports measurements of theinclusive yield of non-photonic electrons, which arise dominantly fromsemi-leptonic decays of heavy flavor mesons, over a broad range oftransverse momenta (1.2<pt<10 gevc) in pp, dAu, and AuAucollisions at sqrt sNN = 200 GeV. The non-photonic electron yieldexhibits unexpectedly large suppression in central AuAu collisions athigh pt, suggesting substantial heavy quark energy loss at RHIC. Thecentrality and \pt dependences of the suppression provide constraints ontheoretical models of suppression.
Date: July 11, 2006
Creator: Abelev, B.I.; Adams, J.; Aggarwal, M.M.; Ahammed, Z.; Amonett,J.; Anderson, B.D. et al.
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BEAM-CAVITY INTERACTION IN ELECTRON STORAGE RINGS

Description: A formal expression is obtained for the energy loss per turn, of a rigid bunch of electrons, to a closed cylindrical cavity with quality factor Q. The expression is valid provided the diameter of the entrance and exit ports for the beam are small compared to the bunch length. The effect of the ports is studied in an independent computational method. The energy loss is numerically evaluated for a range of parameters of interest to electron storage rings.
Date: April 1, 1975
Creator: Henkin, Bruce M. & Sauer, Kenneth
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THE EQUILIBRIUM LENGTH OP HIGH-CURRENT BUNCHES IN ELECTRON STORAGE RINGS

Description: An equilibrium theory of the length of intense electron bunches circulating in a storage ring is presented. The consequence of electrical interaction with various resonant structures is expressed in terms of quadratures over the impedance of the structures, and impedance functions for a variety of elements are evaluated. It is shown that elements having resonances at high frequency can, above transition, cause bunches to increase in length with increasing current. The parametric dependence of the bunch lengthening is found to be in good agreement with observations, and numerical estimates, which are in substantial agreement with experiment, are presented.
Date: August 7, 1970
Creator: Pellegrini, C. & Sessler, A.M.
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Progress and prospects for an FI relevant point design

Description: The physics issues involved in scaling from sub ignition to high gain fast ignition are discussed. Successful point designs must collimate the electrons and minimize the stand off distance to avoid multi mega-joule ignition energies. Collimating B field configurations are identified and some initial designs are explored.
Date: November 2, 2011
Creator: Key, M; Amendt, P; Bellei, C; Clark, D; Cohen, B; Divol, L et al.
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Update on Electron-Cloud Simulations Using the Package WARP-POSINST

Description: At PAC05[1] and PAC07[2], we presented the package WARP-POSINST for the modeling of the effect of electron clouds on high-energy beams. We present here the latest developments in the package. Three new modes of operations were implemented: (1) a build-up mode where, similarly to POSINST (LBNL) or ECLOUD (CERN), the build-up of electron clouds driven by a legislated bunch train is modeled in one region of an accelerator; (2) a quasistatic mode where, similarly to HEADTAIL (CERN) or QuickPIC (USC/UCLA), the frozen beam approximation is used to split the modeling of the beam and the electrons into two components evolving on their respective time scales; and (3) a Lorentz boosted mode where the simulation is performed in a moving frame where the space and time scales related to the beam and electron dynamics fall in the same range. The implementation of modes (1) and (2) was primary motivated by the need for benchmarking with other codes, while the implementation of mode (3) fulfills the drive toward fully self-consistent simulations of e-cloud effects on the beam including the build-up phase.
Date: April 1, 2009
Creator: Vay, J.-L.; Celata, Christine M.; Furman, Miguel; Venturini, Marco; Sonnad, Kiran G.; Penn, G. et al.
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The Recombination Rate Coefficient of Molecular Helium Ions in a Pulsed Afterglow at 1.86 Torr

Description: The recombination rate coefficient for molecular helium ions has been measured in a pulsed afterglow at 1.86 Torr as a function of electron temperature and electron density without making a priori assumptions about the functional dependence. The concentrations of the molecular ions and electrons were measured and the source terms for the molecular ions were included in the rate equation.
Date: August 1972
Creator: Hicks, Helen Segrave
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The N* Program at CEBAF

Description: The N* program at CEBAF is reviewed, and some preliminary experimental results are presented to illustrate the quality and capabilities of the CLAS detector.
Date: December 1, 1998
Creator: Minehart, Ralph
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