Low-energy electron impact cross-sections and rate constants of $NH_2$
ANAND BHARADVAJA SAVINDER KAUR K L BALUJA
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This systematic study reports various electron impact cross-sections, rate constants and transport properties of $NH_2$ radical in the low-energy limit. The collision study is based on $R$-matrix formalism and involves the use of various scattering models employing different active spaces. Both electron excited inelasticcross-sections and resonances are found influenced by correlation and polarization effects. The non-relativistic molecular bremsstrahlung radiation cross-section for soft photons, binary encounter Bethe model-based ionization cross-sections and a few molecular properties of the target radical are also reported. The present calculations are found to be in agreement with the available results. This theoretical study provides a pathway to understand collision dynamics and generates data required in various fields of applied physics.
ANAND BHARADVAJA1 SAVINDER KAUR2 K L BALUJA3
Volume 97, 2023
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