Potassium ions with energies of 90 to 360 volts were scattered by single collisions in the mentioned gases. The energy of the potassium ion after collision has been found to agree with the expected energy assuming conservation of energy and momentum. The angular distribution of the scattered ions is found to vary with the initial energy of the ion and with the target atom, becoming particularly interesting above the ionization potential.
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Rouse, Arthur G.
"Large Angle Scattering and Energy Loss of Potassium Ions Scattered by Argon, Krypton, Xenon, and Mercury Vapor,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 44(1), 150-151.
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