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Units : Spectroscopy, Quantum Chemistry and Atmospheric Remote Sensing | ULB165
In this research project we study the properties (energies, radiative transition probabilities, autoionization rates and population mechanisms) of multiply excited states formed during collisions of atoms with photons, ions, molecules, metallic surfaces and high-energy alpha particles. We are developing wave-packet propagation methods for calculating photodissociation and electron transfer cross-sections.