Teoría Clásica de Colisiones
R. O. Barrachina

Salvador Dalí: Naturaleza Muerta, Viva, 1956.


Algunos artículos sobre colisiones clásicas

- L. H. Thomas: On the Capture of Electrons by Swiftly Moving Electrified Particles, Proc. R. Soc. London 114, 561 (1927).

- I. Samengo y R. O. Barrachina: Rainbow and glory scattering in coulomb trajectories starting from a point in space, European Journal of Physics 15, 300 (1994).

- I. Samengo and R. O. Barrachina: Rainbow and glory effects in the autoionization of atoms excited by the impact of heavy ions, Journal of Physics B 29, 4179 (1996).

- J. Fiol, R. G. Pregliasco, I. Samengo and R. O. Barrachina: An alternative classical approach to the quantum mechanical definition of the scattering cross section, American Journal of Physics 65, 433 (1997).

- I. Samengo, R. G. Pregliasco and R. O. Barrachina: Classical stationary particle distributions in collision processes, Journal of Physics B 32, 1972 (1999).

- J. Fiol and R. O. Barrachina: A classical interpretation of the off-shell Coulomb Transition matrix, Journal of Physics B 33, 2847 (2000).

- C. O. Reinhold and R. E. Olson: Classical two-center effects in ejected-electron spectra from p+, p-, and He2++He collisions at intermediate energies, Physical Review A 39, 3861 (1989).

- R. O. Barrachina and C. Courbin: Cusp formation in Classical Trajectory Monte-Carlo calculations of ion-impact ionization collisions, Journal of Physics B 35, 3157 (2002).


- barrachina@ib.edu.ar