Electronic bath approach to thermal effects in ...



Title Electronic bath approach to thermal effects in ion-surface scattering
Author(s) Kenneth W. Sulston, F. O. Goodman
Journal Journal of Chemical Physics
Date 2000
Volume 112
Issue 5
Start page 2486
End page 2489
Abstract McDowell's 1985 electronic bath theory of charge transfer is used to investigate the effect of varying surface temperature on the process of ion scattering from a solid surface. As a specific example, the system of Na+ scattered from W is modeled. The neutralization probability is found to have a significant temperature dependence only if the ion orbital energy is fairly close (within 1 eV) to the Fermi level, at closest approach. As well, the temperature effect is greatest when the ion's incident energy is small (on the order of a few eV). (C) 2000 American Institute of Physics. [S0021-9606(00)70305-9].
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