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Title: Datasets for Electron capture, excitation and ionization processes in He2+–H collisions in dense quantum plasmas
Authors: Jakimovski, Dragan 
Ratko K. Janev
Issue Date: 2018
Related Publication: Electron capture, excitation and ionization processes in He2+–H collisions in dense quantum plasmas
https://doi.org/10.1140/ep jd/e2018-90333-2
Abstract: Electron capture, excitation and ionization processes in He2+–H collisions taking place in quan- tum plasmas are studied by employing the two-center atomic orbital close coupling (TC-AOCC) method. The Debye-Hu ̈ckel-cosine (DHC) potential is used to describe the plasma screening effects on the Coulomb interaction between charged particles. The properties of eigenenergies of hydrogen-like atom with DHC potential are investigated as function of the screening length of the potential. It is found that the bind- ing energies of nl states decrease with decreasing the screening length of the potential. The dynamics of excitation, electron capture and ionization processes in He2+–H collision system is investigated when the screening length of the potential varies for a wide collision energy range. The TC-AOCC cross sections are compared with those for the pure Coulomb potential and, for the total electron capture, with the results of classical trajectory Monte Carlo method.
Description: The data files attached to this paper follows the information presented on the corresponding figures. Some of them may contains additional data, regarding state energies and charge transfer sections to higher states, which were not presented in the published version of the paper due to page limitations. All energies are in units of keV/u and sections in units of 10^{-16} cm^2 unless explicitly noted otherwise. Kappa is in units of a_0. E+00 denote base of 10, i.e. 10^{00}. Each data file is an ASCI text file with several lines of comments at their beginning with short explanation for columns, units, missing or otherwise unacceptable data, etc. Due to various restrictions not all energy points are available for different values of kappa (and vice versa) - hence the slots with missing data. All calculations were performed on HPC at FINKI, Skopje. The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of people in charge of smooth running of the cluster and prof. B. Jakimovski, PhD in particular for helpful advise on many occasions. For further details regarding computations and data itself: dragan.jakimovski@gmail.com The name of the file starts with a number, and short explanation of its content for an easy orientation. In the following we list them for convenience of the user
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/19281
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1-matrix-elements-he-h.datR dependence of matrix elements for the excitation and charge exchange, He^{2+}-H, for E=25keV and kappa=9 a_09.35 kBUnknownView/Open
3-kappa-dependence-for-e=25kev.datkappa dependence of excitation sections to 2l and 3l for the energy E=25 keV/u12.48 kBUnknownView/Open
2-matrix-elements-h-h.datR dependence of matrix elements for the excitation and charge exchange, H-H, for E=25keV and kappa=9 a_09.87 kBUnknownView/Open
4-kappa-dependence-for-e=100kev.datkappa dependence of excitation sections to 2l and 3l for the energy E=100 keV/u26.35 kBUnknownView/Open
6-excitation-sections-for-kappa=25-and-50.datenergy dependence of 2s and 2p excitation sections for kappa equal to 25 a_0 and 50 a_04.81 kBUnknownView/Open
7-capture-sections-for-different-kappa.datenergy dependence of cross sections for capture to 1s, 2s and 2p, for kappa equals {5,10,25}9.69 kBUnknownView/Open
8-total-capture-sections.dattotal electron capture cross sections for kappa=4.44 a_0 and kappa=10 a_0, versus energy3.28 kBUnknownView/Open
9-ionization-sections-for-different-kappa.datcapture in continuum and direct ionization for kappa in {5,10,25} for different collision energies5.66 kBUnknownView/Open
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