Analytic first Born atomic scattering: a computer algebra solution using Maple V. Scattering amplitudes in the first Born approximation for electron-hydrogenic ion scattering are readily solved analytically for target’s undergoing near ground state transitions. However, analytic solutions involving transitions to higher energy states are not so easily performed. We present a computer algebra solution and a Maple V Release 4 software package for analytically solving the first Born approximation to the electron-hydrogenic atom scattering problem. Given initial and final states for the e-target system, symbolic solutions for scattering amplitudes, differential cross sections and total cross sections can be calculated using this Maple package.
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- Blackett, Anthony J.; Stelbovics, Andris T.: Analytic first Born atomic scattering: a computer algebra solution using Maple V (1999)