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Ion-atom collisions

Ion-molecule collisions
Codes
Methods
Collisional systems

Research

The research carried out in our group is organized around two lines:
  1. Development of theory, methods and codes to study ion-atom and ion-molecule collisions.
  2. Most of the research deals with the use of the molecular method to describe the collisional event (which may include vibrational excitation, electronic excitation, charge transfer and ionization) at low and intermediate energies (from meV/amu to keV/amu).

    Classical mechanics is also employed to study electron capture and ionization from medium to high energy collisions.

    For further details, see our methods and codes pages.

  3. Application to the calculation of cross sections.
  4. These developments are applied to the calculation of cross sections and rates of interest in several fields, including astronomy, fusion research, cancer therapy.

    A list of systems studied is detailed in this link

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