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The energy of these reactions must be disposed of as kinetic energy in the products because there are no accessible internal energy states available in the neutral helium or H + products, and H atoms do not appear to be a suitable energy sink for the amount of energy that has to be dissipated. The conversion of internal to kinetic energy was shown again to be a process requiring very small impact parameter collisions. The single source work on low energy elemental ion reactions which gave experimental results in very good agreement with G-S theory was not initially accepted without reservation because of difficulties encountered by many workers in their attempts to carry out single source experiments.
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