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A &in. copper tube, 7, connects the scattering chamber through a valve to a diffusion pump, or, when a valve is shut, to a McLeod gage. 58 I. AMDUR AND J. E. JORDAN Gas is introduced into the scattering chamber through a &-in. tube, 8, suspended coaxially in the +in. tube. The temperature of the scattering gas is measured with a thermocouple attached to the scattering chamber. The scattering pressure is measured with a Pirani gage which is attached to the bottom plate of the chamber and calibrated against a McLeod gage.
References .......................................................... . . . 29 31 33 33 35 35 47 50 53 54 57 57 59 62 68 70 71 . I INTRODUCTION The elastic scattering of high-velocity neutral beams has proven to be a useful method for determining interaction potentials at small internuclear separations . This chapter will critically discuss the experimental and theoretical aspects of such scattering and the reliability of the derived potentials . It will also discuss applications to specific problems where it is necessary to have a quantitative description of the intermolecular potential .