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Electron and laser spectrometry and collisional cross sections for atoms, ions, molecules, metastables and biomolecules


Institution: Institut za Fiziku
Contractor: Ministry of Science and Technological Development
Contract type: National Research Project
Status: New
Begin: 01.01.2006. End: 31.12.2010.
Leadership: Dr. Bratislav Marinković
Contrnote:
Project number 141011 http://mail.ipb.ac.rs/~centar3/acpproj141011.html
Processes of elastic scattering, excitation of atoms and resonance vibrational excitation of molecules by monoeneretic electrons at low and intermediate impact energies;
Energy loss spectra, threshold spectra and angular distributions of scattered electrons;
Differential cross sections for particular processes versus electron impact energy and scattering angle for metal vapour atoms (In, Mg, Pb) molecules analogue to DNA back-bone (THF: C4H8O; THFA: C5H10O2) and bio-molecules (Gly: NH2-CH2-COOH; Ala: CH3-CH(NH2)-COOH);
Electron induced dissociative ionization, energy and angular distribution of positive ions;
Wave properties of metastable atoms (H,Ar,Kr) by spin evolution in inhomogeneous magnetic fields in Stern-Gerlach atomic interferometry, high resolution electron imaging system;
Expert and information systems in atomic collisions;
Nanometric air-ions.


Members:
Dr. Jozo Jureta
Research Professor
Dr. Dragutin Šević
Associate Research Professor
Dr. Aleksandar Milosavljević
Research Assistant Professor
Dr. Predrag Kolarž
Research Assistant
MSc Sanja Tošić
Research Assistant
BSc Maja Rabasović
Research Associate Assistant
BSc Jelena Maljković
graduate student


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