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B. Bridwell, "Radiation Effects", 12, 163 (1972). H. A. Bethe, and E. E. Salpeter-,-"Quantum Mechanics of Oneand Two-Electron Atoms" (Academic Press, New York, 1957) p. 320-322. P, H. Nettles, G. A. Bissinger, S. M. Shafroth and A. W. Waltner, Proceedings of the International Conference on Inner Shell Ionization Phenomena, Atlanta, GA (North-Holland--to be published). 11-lE INFWENCE OF CHANNELING ON 11-lE SHAPE AND INTENSITY OF DOPPLER-BROADENED SPECTRAL LINES PRODUCED BY LIGHT ION BOMBARDMENT OF METALS C.

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KALASHNIKOV 526 Eq. (8), one can obtain the electron transition probability from the ground state "f" of the ionization continuum. >2 2M -itr - wfo). fo > m1n K . (12) Therefore, in the process considered, the small impact parameters play the essential role. Now the expression (9) can be divided into two parts. The first term of this expression corresponds to the channeling particles, and the second term relates to the nonchanneling particles. By using the wave function of the channeling particle, Eqs.

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