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Energy degradation of electrons in atmospheric gases

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Collisions (Nuclear physics),
  • Electrons,
  • Ionization of gases

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 164 leaves
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25907282M
    OCLC/WorldCa13573981

      The vast majority of these electrons have energies below 30 eV with an initial energy distribution lying near 9–10 eV. 3,4 Even when formed with energies less than that required for ionization of DNA, these low energy electrons (LEEs) induce genotoxic damage, e.g., single- and double- strand breaks (SSBs and DSBs), via resonance mechanisms Cited by: Although the CO 2 in the atmosphere provided an abundant potential carbon source, to convert it into an organic molecule such as a carbohydrate requires that the fixed CO 2 be reduced by a strong electron donor, such as NADH or NADPH, which can provide the high-energy electrons needed to generate each (CH 2 O) unit from CO 2 (see Figure ).Cited by: 1.


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Energy degradation of electrons in atmospheric gases by Richard Stanley Stolarski Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title: Energy Degradation of Electrons in Atmospheric Gases. Authors: Stolarski, Richard Stanley: Affiliation: AA(UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.) Publication.

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It may be noted here that in contrast to the molecules of an. These energetic electrons may enter into the atmosphere of Io, where they can degrade their energy via collisions with the neutral atmospheric gases.

A Monte Carlo model has been generated to study the spatial degradation of electrons of energy ≤ 10 keV in the SO 2 -dominated atmosphere of by: 7.

In the present work we have developed a Monte Carlo model to simulate the local degradation of 1– eV electrons in an atmosphere of CO 2 gas.

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The problem of energy degradation of electrons in krypton has been investigated using the Monte Carlo method. The results are presented as the probability distributions of the number of ionizations, the Fano factor, the mean energy per ion pair and the degradation spectra for source energies up to 4 by: 5.

A model for local degradation of electrons in CH 4 gas is developed in the energy range 1 eV–10 keV using the Monte Carlo technique. Electrons incident upon CH 4 molecules deposit their energy into the gas through elastic or inelastic collisions.

Inelastic collisions lead to further ionization, dissociation, excitation or attachment by: 1. The AYS can be easily applied to atmospheric and laboratory problems dealing with the electron degradation in SO 2.

The AYS is applied to calculate the efficiencies for various inelastic processes. The energy distribution of the secondary electrons produced per incident electron is presented at a few sample incident by: A Monte Carlo model has been constructed to study the energy degradation of electrons in SO 2 gas.

We have reviewed all the electron‐SO 2 collision cross sections and present an assembled set of cross sections along with their analytical representations. The Monte Carlo simulations are carried out in the 1– eV energy range to obtain the “yield spectra.”Cited by: Spatial (radial and longitudinal) yield spectra for electron energy degradation in atomic oxygen have been obtained using a Monte Carlo method for 25 eV to 10 keV incident electrons.

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Since the series of the collisions involved in the degradation process of individual electrons is a stochastic process, ionization yield (i.e., the number of ion pairs produced) is also by: 3. The calculations are based on non-linear energy degradation as the protons penetrate into the atmosphere approximated by CIRA Mean Reference Atmosphere (), and.

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This energy can be absorbed by atmospheric gases, reflected by clouds, or scattered. Scattering occurs when a light wave strikes a particle and bounces off in some other direction.

About 3% of the energy that strikes the ground is reflected back into the atmosphere. The degradation of low energy electrons in a methane based, tissue equivalent gas was studied experimentally by ionization chamber experiments and theoretically by Monte Carlo electron transport simulation in the energy range between 25 eV and 5 keV.

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A survey is presented of available measurements and calculations of the differential cross sections of elastic and inelastic scattering of low-energy (less than 1 keV) electrons by the basic components of the upper atmosphere (O, O2, and N2). Such scatterings are associated with auroral emissions.

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Atomic oxygen with all electrons paired (2s22p x 22p y 2) is in a higher-energy “singlet” O(1D) state and is actually even more reactive than O(3P). Because radicals have high free energies, their formation from nonradical species is in general endothermic; an external source of energy is required.

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Abstract. Studies of the behaviour of an electron swarm in various inert gases are not only important in practical applications such as the electrical discharge engineering and the development of radiation detectors or gaseous lasers, but also of great value, or even indispensable, in obtaining precise information about collision processes, especially the elastic scattering, of low-energy Cited by: 3.

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At which point in the chain, would you expect the energy of the electrons to be the lowest. (was. The fixation of N 2 is typically carried out by mixing with H 2 gas over an iron catalyst at about °C and a pressure of atmospheres.

The extremely strong N≡N bond, which has a bond energy of kcal mol-1, is highly resistant to chemicalLavoisier named nitrogen gas “azote,” meaning “without life” because it is so by: 1. Atomic oxygen with all electrons paired (2s22px22py2) is in a higher-energy "singlet" O(1D) state and is actually even more reactive than O(3P).

Because radicals have high free energies, their formation from nonradical species is in general endothermic; an external source of energy is required. Transport of electrons in atmospheric gases. II - Energy spectra: Authors: The structure of energy spectra of electrons fluxes at different distances from the source is analyzed.

The contribution of ionization-cascade electrons to the total differential flux is evaluated. The presence of a characteristic discontinuity at eV is. We present a computationally efficient single event Monte Carlo approach for calculating dose from electrons. Analog elastic scattering and inelastic energy-loss differential cross sections for electrons are converted into corresponding discrete cross sections that are constrained to exactly preserve low-order moments of the analog cross sections.

Oxygen gas (O2) is one of the strongest oxidizing agents known. The explanation for this is that _____. (eText Concept ) oxygen gas contains a double bond oxygen acts as the final electron acceptor in cellular respiration the oxygen atom is very electronegative oxygen is so abundant in the atmosphere oxygen gas is composed of two atoms of oxygen.

In the present study, a possible reaction mechanism for the degradation through Cl initiated atmospheric oxidation of methyl salicylate (MeSA) was studied. The Atmosphere to Electrons (A2e) initiative leverages multiscale atmospheric science coupled to multiphysics turbine engineering models.

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Sections include: Executive Summary Introduction Trace Gases: Current Observations, Trends and Budgets Projections of Future Emissions Projections of Atmospheric Cited by: Photochemical reactions are initiated by the absorption of a photon, typically in the wavelength range – nm (at the surface of the Earth).

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The gamma rays penetrate the atmosphere and collide with air molecules, depositing their energy to produce huge quantities of positive ions and recoil electrons (also known as Compton electrons).

The impacts create MeV-energy Compton electrons that then accelerate and spiral along the Earth's magnetic field lines. Breakdown in Electronegative Gases: It has been recognized that one process that gives high breakdown strength to a gas is the electron attachment in which free electrons get attached to neutral atoms or molecules to form negative ions.The hydroxyl radical, • OH, is the neutral form of the hydroxide ion (OH −).Hydroxyl radicals are highly reactive (easily becoming hydroxy groups) and consequently short-lived; however, they form an important part of radical chemistry.

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