A copious phraseological English-Greek lexicon by Thomas Kerchever 1800-1853 Arnold, Henry 1804- Browne, J

By Thomas Kerchever 1800-1853 Arnold, Henry 1804- Browne, J Wilhelm Fradersdorff

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20000. 40000. 0E+01 Energy (eV/amu) 70000. i00000. 200000. 500000. 0E+04 7 coefficients it is necessary to use the following parameters. eV Fittinq Parameters for Rate Coefficients Li Energy (eV/amu) See AO A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 I0000. 76916E-04 20000. 36610E-04 40000. 78019E-02 70000. 94289E-03 i00000. 32084E-02 200000. 29558E-04 500000. 45512E-02 t details. -43 I. '-,H + Li* Beam - Maxwelliar, A-44 Double E1eot_on Capture li+ 4. 98E-17 6,4E+01 I, lIE+07 I. 4E+01 I. 63 E-17 8,0E+OI ]. 24E+07 3. 4E+OI i.

4E+01 I. 63 E-17 8,0E+OI ]. 24E+07 3. 4E+OI i. 9E_01 I. 33E+07 6. 9E+0] i. 72E-17 i. 84E-17 ]. 70E-17 I. 3E+02 I. 58E+07 4,23E-17 ]_4E+02 i. 12E-17 ], 8E+02 !. 0[_02 I. 01E+07 i. 0E+02 3. 40E+07 i. 93E+07 4,03E+07 1,14E-16 i. 48E-17 69, 274, 275, 276 u_LEr__ql'i '" 30% (3) The oscillatory behaviour results from the formation of a quasl-H 2 molecule. (2) Th_: cross sectlon as plotted is an average of that measured by Peart (Ref. 274) and that of Brouillard et al, (Ref. 275). (3) P]otted are the H + energies wlth the H- at rest.

___: ,,%, . _ _ 17 "J -- , " Recommendecl - ----Data : -- ....... 10-'__ 1(")-19 10_ 0 J J J JlU. JJ. 103 l _ J JltJll ,, J J i JJJJJl 10_ Energy (eV/a m u) i0s J I , JlJJJ_ 10G Chebyshev Fi't A-42 Electron Beam Capture Li + II+ Rate -> liCoefficients 4 Li 4 - Maxwel]ian Rate for Coefficients O (cm3/s H+ Temp. Li (eV) i0000. 20000. 40000. 0E+01 Energy (eV/amu) 70000. i00000. 200000. 500000. 0E+04 7 coefficients it is necessary to use the following parameters. eV Fittinq Parameters for Rate Coefficients Li Energy (eV/amu) See AO A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 I0000.

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