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Abstract

New experimental and theoretical cross-section data for inelastic collision processes of Li atoms in the ground state and excited states with electrons, protons, and multiply charged ion have been reported since the database assembled by Wutte et al. Was published. These new data were included in a process of critical data assessment and lead to the creation of a new database for the modelling of energetic lithium beams probing fusion edge plasmas. The electron-impact part of the present in database covers excitation and ionization, the data having been extended by advanced close-coupling calculations which provide a new standard of quality especially for transitions between excited states.

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Authors: MAX-PLANCK-INSTITUT FUR PLASMAPHYSIK, ;GARCHING (DE),
Bibliographic Reference: Article: Atomic data and nuclear data tables, 72 (1999), 239-273
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