Relative densities of hydrogen ion species in a hollow cathode glow discharge
School of Physics, University of Sydney, 2006 Sydney, Australia
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Revised: 15 February 2006
Published online: 4 April 2006
Highly resolved Doppler shifted peaks of the hydrogen Balmer lines, resulting from charge exchange of H+, H2+, and H3+ with an H2 gas target, were obtained without the need for a deconvolution procedure. This enabled the unambiguous determination of the chemistry of these hydrogen species in the units of mTorr pressure range. This was obtained from a gaseous discharge using a biconical hollow cathode that yielded a well collimated and monoenergetic beam.
PACS: 32.30.-r – Atomic spectra / 32.30.Jc – Visible and ultraviolet spectra / 32.70.-n – Intensities and shapes of atomic spectral lines / 32.70.Fw – Absolute and relative intensities / 32.70.Jz – Line shapes, widths, and shifts / 52.70.Kz – Optical (ultraviolet, visible, infrared) measurements / 52.80.-s – Electric discharges
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