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6] using (e,e) spectroscopy. The accuracy of the determined oscillator strength scales was estimated to be better than ±5%. , [5, 6]). 0 above the dipole breakdown limit of ~25 eV. However, its evaluation is possible quantum mechanically Electron-Collision-Induced Dissociative Ionization Cross Sections 35 using the suitable wave functions and transition probabilities corresponding to the production of cations. In case of dissociative ionization of polyatomic molecule SiH4, we have no reliable probabilities corresponding to different dissociative ionization processes.
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