Rahla Naghma and Bobby Antony Total scattering cross sections for ethylene by electron impact for incident electron energies from 1 to 2000 eV International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 114
Electron interactions with ethylene are significant because of the role of molecules in applications like semiconductor etching, plasma deposition, gaseous discharges, planetary atmosphere, and interstellar media. In this work, total and differential cross sections for ethylene over a wide energy range of 1–2000 eV are calculated. Theoretical results are compared against earlier experimental and theoretical work. A shape resonance is detected at 2 eV and ascribed to the symmetry of an electronic state.
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