Proton cooling in ultracold low-density electron gas

A A Bobrov, S Y Bronin, E A Manykin, B B Zelener, B V Zelener, D R Khikhlukha
2015 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
A sole proton energy loss processes in an electron gas and the dependence of these processes on temperature and magnetic field are studied using molecular dynamics techniques in present work. It appears that for electron temperatures less than 100 K many body collisions affect the proton energy loss and these collisions must be taken into account. The influence of a strong magnetic field on the relaxation processes is also considered in this work. Calculations were performed for electron
more » ... for electron densities 10 8 cm −3 , magnetic field 1-3 Tesla, electron temperatures 10-50 K, initial proton energies 100-10000 K.
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/653/1/012122 fatcat:bpvcd4jucjay5eyftveumma5um