Issue No. 06 - November/December (2002 vol. 4)
Reiko Suzuki , Hitotsubashi University
Hiroshi Sato , Ochanomizu University
Mineo Kimura , Yamaguchi University
<p>The authors study ionization processes in antiproton-hydrogen atom collision using a molecular-orbital close-coupling approach within the semiclassical representation. They visually present the results of electron densities' time development during the collision. This approach achieves a more effective understanding of collision dynamics for the antiproton-hydrogen atom system. Visualization of the electron behavior at each time-development during the collision also provides a clear grasp of the underlying physics.</p>
antiproton-hydrogen atom, close-coupling, collision process, ionization, molecular-orbital, visualization
H. Sato, M. Kimura and R. Suzuki, "Antiproton-Hydrogen Atom Collision at Intermediate Energy," in Computing in Science & Engineering, vol. 4, no. , pp. 24-33, 2002.