Isotopic effects in scattering and kinetics of the atomic cascade of excited μ−p and μ−d atomsстатья

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[1] Popov V. P., Pomerantsev V. N. Isotopic effects in scattering and kinetics of the atomic cascade of excited μ−p and μ−d atoms // Physical Review A - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics. — 2017. — Vol. 95, no. 2. — P. 022506–1–022506–21. The quantum-mechanical calculations of the differential and integrated cross sections of the elastic scattering, Stark transitions, and Coulomb deexcitation at collisions of excited μ−p and μ−d atoms with hydrogen isotope atoms in the ground state are performed. The scattering processes are treated in a unified manner in the framework of the close-coupling approach. The basis used includes both open and closed channels corresponding to all exotic-atom states with principal quantum numbers from n = 1 up to nmax = 20. The energy shifts of ns states due to electron vacuum polarization and finite nuclear size are taken into account. The kinetics of the atomic cascade of μ−p and μ−d atoms are studied in a wide range of relative target densities (φ = 10−8–1) within the improved version of the extended cascade model, in which the results of the numerical quantum-mechanical calculations of the cross sections for quantum numbers and kinetic energies of muonic atoms that are of interest for the detailed cascade calculations, are used as input data. Initial (n,l,E) distributions of muonic atoms at the instant of their formation and the target motion are taken into account explicitly in present cascade calculations. The comparison of the calculated cross sections, the kinetic-energy distributions of muonic atoms at the instant of their np → 1s radiative transitions, as well as the absolute and relative x-ray yields for both muonic hydrogen and muonic deuterium reveals the isotopic effects, which, in principal, may be observed experimentally. The present results are mainly in very good agreement with experimental data available in the literature. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.95.022506. [ DOI ]

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