POTENTIAL ELECTRON SCATTERING BY THE THREONINE AND TYROSINE AMINO ACID BIOMOLECULES

Purpose. The article is devoted to brief exposition of methodics of description of potential electron scattering on complex molecules. In the Additivity Rule approach the differential and integral cross-sections of elastic electron scattering by amino acids biomolecules, threonine and tyrosine are ca...

CHARACTERISTICS OF AN OVERSTRESSED NANOSECOND DISCHARGE BETWEEN COPPER ELECTRODES AND ZINC ELECTRODES IN ARGON

Purpose. Study of the characteristics of an overstressed nanosecond discharge between a copper electrode and a zinc electrode in high-pressure argon (p = 50 kPa). The spatial, electrical, and optical characteristics of the discharge were investigated for the distance between the electrodes d = 2 and...

INFLUENCE OF STARSPOTS AND PULSATIONS ON DETERMINATION OF THIRD BODY ORBITAL PARAMETERS IN ECLIPSING BINARY SYSTEMS 

Purpose. Defined the influence of starspots and pulsation of eclipsing binary components on the possibility of the third body determination in eclipsing binary systems and estimation of orbital parameters errors caused by such factors. Methods. In this paper method of O-C diagrams...

CALCULATIONS OF THE ENERGY STRUCTURE OF P, S ATOMS BY THE R-MATRIX METHOD WITH B-SPLINES

Purpose: over the past decades, the physics of electron-atomic (EA) collisions has been intensively developed. This is due both to the fundamental nature of the studied processes and applied needs. This is primarily about understanding at a deep level the behavior of submicroscopic, often strongly correlated, quantum mechan...

THEORETICAL CALCULATIONS OF ELECTRON EXCITATION THE LOWEST AUTOIONIZING STATES IN Rb ATOM

Purpose. The value of the autoionization cross section and its energy dependence are determined to a great extent by excitation and subsequent electron decay of the lowest energy states. Recently, experimental data on the excitation cross sections of the rubidium atom lowest doublet (4p55s...