Interactions of Positrons with Matter and Radiation
Bhatia, Anand (editor)
Positrons can be used to study metallic defects. Positron annihilation experiments have been carried out to identify the defects in complex oxides. Positrons have also been used to study the Bose–Einstein condensation (BEC). Ps-BEC can be used to measure antigravity using atomic interferometers. This Special Issue hopes to bring awareness of the various aspects of positron interactions to the larger physics communities. We invite authors to submit articles from all areas of physics.
Keywordsphotoionization; photoabsorption; photodetachment; positronium negative ion; Feshbach and shape resonance states; correlated exponential wave functions; complex-coordinate rotation method; positron-impact excitation; variational polarized orbital method; Born approximation; Coulomb-dipole theory; positron vs. electron impact ionization; antihydrogen; radiative attachment; antihydrogen ion; analytical; hydrogen ion; solar flares; coronal mass ejections; shocks; positrons; positronium; positron annihilation; pion decay; autoionization states; doubly excited states; Feshbach states; resonances; shape resonances; electron-impact ionization; hydrogen; positron-impact ionization; velocity field; vortices; Electron-Positron Scatterings; atoms and molecules; cross sections and spin polarization; theoretical approaches; Stark effects; Gailitis resonance; LENR; muon catalyzed fusion; free–free transitions; opacity
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
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