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On Fri, 11 Jan 2013 18:28:59 GMT, Vladimir Ivanchenko wrote: > > An ion interact with media and change its charge state very quickly if > it is solid or liquid media, slower in gases at normal condition. It is > not true for low-pressure gases or vacuum. > 1- Let start with vacuum. I understand that Q=0 is a neutral atom (eg. not deviated in a magnetic field), and Q=Z a completely stripped ion (sensitive to magfield) I ran N03 with attached macro. In case of hydrogen (z=1), there is clear difference between the 2 cases. With another ion (Z=8), ion is deviated even with Q=0 ??? However the curvature is not the same for Q=0 and Q=8 ???
2- we got same pictures in water instead of vacuum. What means electronic equlibrium with media ?
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