Radiative electron capture by fully stripped channeled light ions as a probe to investigate the "ion-solid-state" effect

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Abstract

Radiative electron capture (REC) studies using fully stripped channeled ions of C, O, F, Si, S and Cl are reported. The observed energy shifts in the REC photon energy and the higher yields of REC photons using crystalline targets, when compared with the available gas target data, are indicative of a Z v dependent "ion-solid-state" effect caused by the electron wake field induced by the moving ion. © 1995.

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Tribedi, L. C., Nanal, V., Kurup, M. B., Prasad, K. G., & Tandon, P. N. (1995). Radiative electron capture by fully stripped channeled light ions as a probe to investigate the “ion-solid-state” effect. Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, B, 98(1–4), 497–499. https://doi.org/10.1016/0168-583X(95)00175-1

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