Fully differential cross sections for singly ionizing 1-Mev p+He collisions at small momentum transfer: Beyond the first Born approximation.
We present calculations of the electron angular distributions in the single ionization of helium by 1-MeV proton impact at momentum transfer of 0.75 a.u. and ejected-electron energy of 6.5 eV. The results using the first and second Born approximations and the 3C model with different trial helium functions are compared to the experimental data. A good agreement between theory and experiment is found in the case of the 3C final state and a strongly correlated helium wave function. The electron-electron correlations in the He atom are found to influence the ratio of the binary and recoil peak intensities.
Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1710.05353
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