angular and velocity distribution of nanosize cluster beams

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Brightness of micronozzle helium source

locity distribution in molecular beams. Parallel speed ratio S is a measure of velocity spread along the streamlines and in the past1,2 has been the primary area of study as it determines energy resolution for a variety of scattering applications. He-lium beams can be made with very high S, which has made

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Investigation of the Formation Process of MCsMolecular

the surface and that the velocity distribution of the MCs1 clusters becomes broader and peaked at higher velocities with increasing surface binding energy of the M atom. In addition, it is demonstrated that the interaction potential between the M and Cs1 particle has no influence on the velocity distribution of the MCs1 clusters. On the other

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Surface induced ionization of neutral water clusters

The paper presents the results of study of a new phenomenon — the formation of cluster ions of both signs in the scattering of neutral water clusters by solid surfaces and the appearance of a current to the target. The experiments were carried out by the nozzle molecular beam technique.

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Solvation Ultrafast Dynamics of Reactions. 14. Molecular

By varying the conditions of the molecular beam, it was possible to vary the size distribution and composition of the iodine-benzene clusters. In this way, the microscopic solvation dynamics of iodine-benzene clusters could be studied. In general, as more benzenes were placed around each iodine molecule, it took longer and longer for released

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Journal of Physical Chemistry A 1998Julius T Su Ahmed H Zewail California Institute of TechnologyTime-of-flight mass spectrometry Monte Carlo method Kinetic energy Molecular dyn

The Growth of Structure National Optical Astronomy

The mass distribution may be comprised of large filamentary or sheet-like structures which are inferred from pencil-beam surveys- little is known about the true large scale angular distribution at each epoch due to the paucity of redshift information over large angular scales for all but the very nearest galaxies (z0.2; e.g., Davis et al

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Thoughts on LWA/FASR Synergy

trace Galactic intergalactic B fields, infalling shocks around clusters HI absorption at the Epoch of Reionization Cosmic Ray Electrons and Galactic Nonthermal Emission map 3D distribution spectrum, study propagation clues for expected origin acceleration in SNRs?

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Cosmology National Radio Astronomy Observatory

Cosmology, University of Bologna May 2006 25 SUZIE Results velocities Measurements of each cluster's peculiar velocity plotted against redshift. The cross-hatched region shows the range that has been probed using optical measurements of peculiar velocities. Included are previous peculiar velocity measurements of the

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Constraining spiral structure parameters through Galactic

Constraining spiral structure parameters through Galactic pencil-beam and large-scale radial velocity surveys I. Minchev⋆ and A. C. Quillen⋆ Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 14627, USA Accepted 2008 February 20. Received 2008 February 15; in original form 2007 October 27 ABSTRACT

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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 2008Ivan Minchev Alice C Quillen University of RochesterObservable Kinematics Steady state Lindblad resonance Velocity dispersion Stell

Chemical Science pubs.rsc

(i) The clusters are ionised by synchrotron radiation and the kinetic energies of the emitted photoelectrons are determined with the help of hemispherical electron analysers11, 16 or time-of-flight electron spectrometers.8, 10 To record the photoelectron angular distribution (PAD)

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State-Resolved Photofragment Velocity Distributions by

State-Resolved Photofragment Velocity Distributions by Pulsed Extraction Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry these techniques to the detection of clusters and to the discrimination between multiple pathways to the same fragment ion to characterize the angular distribution. We obtain = 1.8 f

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The Journal of Physical Chemistry 1988R Ogorzalek Loo G E Hall Hanspeter Haerri P L HoustonChemical decomposition Time-of-flight mass spectrometry Photochemistry Mass sp

Leonid Zhigilei,1) Sergei Aksyonov,2) Peter Williams,2

incident velocity of 500-2000 m/s. A visual picture of the cluster impact can be correlated with the evolution of the physical parameters of the involved processes (the energy and pressure evolution during the impact) and final 40 nm characteristics of the ejected species (velocity and angular distributions).

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Photoelectron Imaging of Iodide Centered Alkyl Halide

Photoelectron Imaging of Iodide Centered Alkyl Halide Cluster Anions by Joshua Steven Lasinski A dissertation presented to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences of Washington University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy December 2013 St. Louis, Missouri

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Joshua Steven LasinskiElectron scattering Spectroscopy

Event-by-Event 4Neutron ()/LCP Detectors Information on

E x p e r i m e n t a t i o n w i t h S u p e r B a l l / D w a r f W. Udo Schrder, 2005 1 Event-by-Event 4Neutron ()/LCP Detectors Information on thermalized energy in massive

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Coherent Reflection of He Atom Beams from Rough Surfaces

maintain a high atom flux and narrow velocity distribution in the beam and to avoid cluster formation the stagnation pressure P0 was adjusted to P0 31, 26, and 0.5 bar, respectively. Under these conditions the relative total inci-dent He signals as observed without a surface in the beam path are 5.0 5.5 1.0, for T0 300, 50, and 8.7 K

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Dispersion analysis of ULF waves in the foreshock using

We assume a beam plasma system composed of two different species a cold plasma component and a beam with lower density and higher velocity. In a cold plasma Figure 1. Measurements of ULF waves in the foreshock recorded by Cluster 3 in the interval on February 20, 2002, 17001730 UT. Magnetic field, plasma density, velocities,

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Observation of Resonances in Penning Ionization Reactions

Oct 12, 2012The beam had a mean velocity of ~770 m/s with a standard deviation of 15 m/s, corresponding to a temperature of 50 mK in the moving frame of reference. The beam then passed through a 4-mm-diameter skimmer located 10 cm from our valve orifice and entered a 20-cm-long magnetic quadrupole, which had a 10 curve with a curvature radius of 114.7 cm.

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First multispacecraft ion measurements in and near the

A high angular and energy resolution in a limited en-ergy and angular range for the detection of cold beams, such as the solar wind, is required. Due to the limited energy range required, a beam tracking algorithm has been implemented in order to follow the beam in ve-locity space. Moreover, in the foreshock regions, for

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Annales Geophysicae 2001H Reme C Aoustin J M Bosqued I Dandouras B Lavraud J A Sauvaud Durham University University of California Berkeley Max Planck Society European SSolar wind Magnetosphere Ion beam Magnetosheath Dynamic range Magnetopa

Tidal Effects and the Proximity Decay of Nuclei

Tidal Effects and the Proximity Decay of Nuclei A.B. McIntosh, S. Hudan, C.J. Metelko, and R.T. de Souza Department of Chemistry and Indiana University Cyclotron Facility, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana 47405, USA

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Physical Review Letters 2007Alan Mcintosh S Hudan C Metelko R T De Souza R J Charity L G Sobotka Indiana University Bloomington Washington University in St LouisAlpha particle Radioactive decay

Collisions of sodium atoms with liquid glycerol Insights

A nearly effusive beam of Na atoms at 670 K was directed at liquid glycerol in vacuum, and the scattered Na atoms were detected by a rotatable mass spectrometer. The Na velocity and angular distributions imply that all impinging Na atoms that thermally equilibrate on

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Roger Webb The University of Surrey

Roger Webb, The University of Surrey, Ion Beam Centre, Faculty Member. Studies BIM-technology, Nondestructive testing, and Asset and investment valuation.

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Dissociation Pathways of the CH CH ONO Radical NO

2ONO radicals and the angular distribution of dissociation products. The major dissociation pathway of CH 2CH clusters. The rotating source was set at an angle of 15 with which is easily transformed to a velocity distribution. Typical beam speeds were on

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Measurement of the Momentum Spread of a DESY Test

electrons of energies of from 1 to 6 GeV for three test-beam lines located in Hall 27 at. the DESY site. It is currently claimed that the electrons (and positrons) in the. test-beam lines of energies from 1 to 6 GeV have a momentum spread of ˘5% and. an angular divergence of ˘1 mrad.

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Spectroscopy based on particle detection

Angular distribution of photoelectrons Atom which is undergoing photoionization, obeys the Δl= /-1 selection rule s-electron removed photoelectron is described by a p wave (angular distribution given by a p wave functionangular distribution I(θ) ~ Y. 2 10 =3/4πcos. 2. θ), where q is the angle between incident photons and

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Research Methods The Kidwell Group

Experimental Techniques Velocity Map Imaging. The essence of velocity map imaging (VMI) is its ability to perform molecular photography of chemical events. Every chemical reaction bears its own unique fingerprint, embodied in the kinetic energy, angular distribution and rotational and vibrational motion of the newly formed reaction products.

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Operational limit of a planar DC magnetron cluster source

the aggregation region influences the cluster formation and cluster intensity during the target lifetime. The density of the free metal atoms in the aggregation region can only be predicted by taking into account (i) the angular distribution of the sputtered flux from the primary target source and (ii) relative downwards shift of the primary

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4. The thermal Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect NED

The thermal Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect. is the angle between the center of the cluster and the direction of interest and c = r c / D A is the angular core radius of the cluster as deduced from the X-ray data. such as weak lensing maps of the cluster mass distribution, velocity dispersion measurements, and data on the locations of cluster

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Formation and Condensation of the Solar Nebula An

Formation and Condensation of the Solar Nebula An Overview Stars form out of clouds of consider a spherical distribution of gas with density undergoing collapse. At radius r, the acceleration due to gravity is And conclude the the angular velocity would then

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Reactive optical matter Light-induced motion phys

Dec 28, 2018For instance, the heterodimers exhibited a positive mean angular velocity at an optical binding separation of 600 150 nm and a negative mean angular velocity

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Astrostatistics and Astroinformatics Portal ASAIP

The polarization of an X-ray beam that produces electrons with velocity components perpendicular to the beam generates an azimuthal distribution of the ejected electrons. We present methods for simulating and for analyzing the angular dependence of electron detections which enable us to derive simple analytical expressions for useful statistical properties of observable data.

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Pulsed Supersonic Beams from High Pressure Source

Pulsed beams, originating from a high pressure, fast acting valve equipped with a shaped nozzle, can now be generated at high repetition rates and with moderate vacuum pumping speeds. The high intensity beams are discussed, together with the skimmer requirements that must be met in order to propagate the skimmed beams in a high-vacuum environment without significant disruption of the beam or

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