|Date||December 10, 2021 - 11:00|
Patrick Rousseau (CIMAP, Caen, France)
ARIBE is the low energy ion beam facility of GANIL. It delivers beams of multiply charged ions with typically 15 qkeV energy. With such slow projectiles, the collision regime is dominated by electron capture. Moreover nuclear energy loss is still significant. Thus the interaction differs from the one expected with swift ions. This will be discussed based on some case studies focusing on molecular physics performed both in the gas and condensed phases.