Associative ionization in collisions of K(n d) Rydberg atoms with molecules
1.For a discussion of this model see, for example, the articles by M. Matsuzawa and by A. P. Hickman, R. E. Olson, and J. Pascale, in Rydberg States of Atoms and Molecules, edited by R. F. Stebbings and F. B. Dunning (Cambridge University, New York, 1983).
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8.A decrease in associative ionization with increasing l has been noted in collisions, see Ref. 3.
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