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SOI: 1.1/TAS         DOI: 10.15863/TAS

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ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science 01(33) 2016

ISPC Perspectives in science for 2016, Philadelphia, USA

* Scientific Article * Impact Factor 6.630

Abdul Lateef ZW, Ahmed KA, Al Marjani MF


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Citation: Abdul Lateef ZW, Ahmed KA, Al Marjani MF (2016) WAKE EFFECTS INDUCED IN LIQUID WATER BY HYDROGEN-DICLUSTER IONS. ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science, 01 (33): 26-30. Soi: Doi:

Pages: 26-30

Published: 30.01.2016

Abstract: A theoretical model has been established to simulate the penetration process of hydrogen dicluster ions targeting liquid water at five incident energies [0.05, 0.25, 0.1, 0.2 and 2.5] MeV. This study is a novel approach in management the induced spatial potential related to the stochastic nature of energy loss in matter of single and correlated proton of hydrogen-dicluster beam radiation on H2O, aiming to explore the effects of the induced wake potential by hydrogen dicluster ions on the liquid water, H2O. This study was conducted in department of physics/ college of science, Al-Mustansiriya University in Iraq. The induced spatial potential by the incident diclusters is described by the dielectric response formalism, in which the Drude dielectric function and plasmon-pole approximation, PPA are adopted to provide a detailed evaluation to the studied wake potential [1, 2]. Calculations have been done for each elements of H2O, then apply Bragg’s rule [3]. In the case of single-proton of hydrogen dicluster ions (denoted as uncorrelated ions), the wake potential is nearly independent of incident energy of H2+-dicluster ions. It is found that the dynamical interaction potential between dicluster ions leads to a spatial asymmetry to the cluster structure.

Key words: Wake potential, Hydrogen-dicluster ion, liquid water.








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