Multiple ionization state of Ar ions during collisions near the Bohr velocity.

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In order to clarify the mechanism and the influence of the initial charge state and target atomic parameters for the formation of L-shell multiple ionization state of Ar ions produced by the collisions near the Bohr velocity, the k-shell x-ray emission of Ar is measured for 1.2 MeV Ar ions impacting on V target and 3 MeV Ar ions interacting with selected targets (Z = 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30). It is found that the measured Ar Kα and Kβ x-ray energies shift to the high energy side, and the relative intensity ratios of Kβ/Kα are enlarged than the atomic data, owing to the presence of out-shell multiple vacancies. The multiple ionization is almost independence of the projectile charge state, but is diminished with increasing target atomic number.


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Name: Scientific reports
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