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Electron impact dissociation of oxygen-containing molecules : A critical reviewMCCONKEY, J. W; MALONE, C. P; JOHNSON, P. V et al.Physics reports. 2008, Vol 466, Num 1-3, pp 1-103, issn 0370-1573, 103 p.Article

Electron- and photon-impact atomic ionisationBRAY, I; FURSA, D. V; KADYROV, A. S et al.Physics reports. 2012, Vol 520, Num 3, pp 135-174, issn 0370-1573, 40 p.Article

Electron impact mass spectrometric analysis of mercapturic acid methyl esters: fragmentation of mercapturic acid methyl esters according to retro-Michael reactionsONKENHOUT, W; VERMEULEN, N. P. E; LUIJTEN, W. C. M. M et al.Biomedical mass spectrometry. 1983, Vol 10, Num 11, pp 614-619, issn 0306-042XArticle

Desorption stimulated by electronic excitations as a method for analysis of an adsorbed layerAGEEV, V. N.Kinetics and catalysis. 1990, Vol 31, Num 2, pp 242-249, issn 0023-1584, 1Article

Electron impact polarizationSURESH CHANDRA.Astrophysics and space science. 1983, Vol 95, Num 1, pp 223-225, issn 0004-640XArticle

Iron isotope fractionation between liquid and vapor phases of iron pentacarbonylWIESLI, René A; BEARD, Brian L; BRATERMAN, Paul S et al.Talanta (Oxford). 2007, Vol 71, Num 1, pp 90-96, issn 0039-9140, 7 p.Article

Calculated rates for the electron impact dissociation of molecular hydrogen, deuterium and tritiumTREVISAN, Cynthia S; TENNYSON, Jonathan.Plasma physics and controlled fusion. 2002, Vol 44, Num 7, pp 1263-1276, issn 0741-3335, 14 p.Article

Excitation of Fe I and Fe II in electron - atom collisionsSMIRNOV, Yu M.Quantum electronics (Woodbury). 2000, Vol 30, Num 11, pp 1019-1024, issn 1063-7818Article

Dirac R-matrix with pseudo-statesBADNELL, N. R.Journal of physics. B. Atomic, molecular and optical physics (Print). 2008, Vol 41, Num 17, issn 0953-4075, 175202.1-175202.6Article

Near-threshold rotational and vibrational excitation of H2 by electron impact: theory and experimentMORRISON, M. A; CROMPTON, R. W; SAHA, B. C et al.Australian journal of physics. 1987, Vol 40, Num 3, pp 239-281, issn 0004-9506Article

Electron impact excitation rates for fine-structure transitions in Ne v and Si. IX: An R-matrix approachAGGARWAL, K. M.The Astrophysical journal. Supplement series. 1984, Vol 54, Num 1, pp 1-15, issn 0067-0049Article

Electron transport parameters and excitation rates in argonFERREIRA, C. M; LOUREIRO, J.Journal of physics. D, Applied physics (Print). 1983, Vol 16, Num 9, pp 1611-1621, issn 0022-3727Article

Electron impact dissociation cross sections for C2F6FLAHERTY, D. W; KASPER, M. A; BAIO, J. E et al.Journal of physics. D, Applied physics (Print). 2006, Vol 39, Num 20, pp 4393-4399, issn 0022-3727, 7 p.Article

Excitation des niveaux rotationnels de H2O par impact électroniqueSOBOLEV, A. M; MAKAROV, S. V.Astronomičeskij žurnal. 1984, Vol 61, Num 6, pp 1228-1229, issn 0004-6299Article

Electron-impact-induced fluorescence: the basis for a universal/selective detector for gas chromatographyGIERCZAK, C. A; HEINDORF, M. A; ALLISON, J et al.Analytical chemistry (Washington, DC). 1984, Vol 56, Num 14, pp 2966-2970, issn 0003-2700Article

Unimolecular fragmentation pathways of methanol, ammonia, and water neutral clustersOLESIK, S. V; TAYLOR, J. W.International journal of mass spectrometry and ion processes. 1984, Vol 57, Num 3, pp 315-327Article

The electron impact mass spectra of di- nd trinitrofluoranthenesRAMDAHL, T; ZIELINSKA, B; AREY, J et al.Biomedical & environmental mass spectrometry. 1988, Vol 17, Num 1, pp 55-62, issn 0887-6134Article

Microprocessor-controlled electron impact ion source operated at constant discharge current and voltageAHN, J; LAWSON, R. P. W; STROMSMOE, K et al.Review of scientific instruments. 1986, Vol 57, Num 3, pp 325-328, issn 0034-6748Article

Use of sodium bicarbonate for in situ generation of reagent gas for negative chemical ionization in electron impact sourceMADHUSUDANAN, K. P.Organic mass spectrometry. 1984, Vol 19, Num 10, pp 517-518, issn 0030-493XArticle

Computer simulation of a fast atom/ion sourceWRONSKI, Z; PEARCE, C. G.Vacuum. 1992, Vol 43, Num 10, pp 931-942, issn 0042-207XArticle

Behaviour of 1-benzoyl-2-aroyl-3-arylcyclopropanes under electron impactBHASKAR REDDY, D; VENKATARAMANA REDDY, B; DEVENDRANATH REDDY, C et al.Organic mass spectrometry. 1984, Vol 19, Num 5, pp 247-248, issn 0030-493XArticle

On the time behaviour of electron impact excitation in thin film electroluminescent devicesMACH, R; MÜLLER, G. O; SCHULZ, G et al.Physica status solidi. A. Applied research. 1984, Vol 81, Num 2, pp 723-732, issn 0031-8965Article

Pumping of inert gases by electron-impact ionization sources and associated memory effectsWILLIS, R. D; ALLMAN, S. L; CHEN, C. H et al.Journal of vacuum science and technology. A, vacuum, surfaces, and films. 1984, Vol 2, Num 1, pp 57-60Article

Electron impact mass spectroscopy for identification of phencyclidineCLARK, C. C.Journal - Association of official analytical chemists. 1986, Vol 69, Num 5, pp 814-820, issn 0004-5756Article

Electron impact mass spectrometry of some amino derivatives of 1,4-benzodiazepinesGIOIA, B; ARLANDINI, E; GIACCONI, P et al.Biomedical mass spectrometry. 1984, Vol 11, Num 8, pp 408-414, issn 0306-042XArticle

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