Hans Pauly, Ph.D.

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Bonn, Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 
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Brencher L, Nawracala B, Pauly H. (1988) Energy and polarization dependence of chemi-ionization processes in K(42P3/2)-K(42P3/2) collisions Zeitschrift FüR Physik D Atoms, Molecules and Clusters. 10: 211-220
Düren R, Gersing E, Kita S, et al. (1986) Double differential cross sections for alkali-Hg collisions in the 100 eV range. I. Time-of-flight measurements The Journal of Chemical Physics. 85: 2738-2750
Düren R, Gersing E, Kita S, et al. (1986) Double differential cross sections for alkali-Hg collisions in the 100 eV range. I. Time-of-flight measurements The Journal of Chemical Physics. 85: 2738-2750
Lackschewitz U, Maier J, Pauly H. (1985) Investigation of the K(2S, 2P)-Hg interaction at collision energies between 0.5 and 6 eV The Journal of Chemical Physics. 84: 181-191
Lackschewitz U, Maier J, Pauly H. (1982) Rainbow scattering of K(4 2P 3 2) from Hg at hyperthermal energies Chemical Physics Letters. 88: 233-235
Feltgen R, Kirst H, Köhler KA, et al. (1982) Unique determination of the He2 ground state potential from experiment by use of a reliable potential model The Journal of Chemical Physics. 76: 2360-2378
Andresen P, Joswig H, Pauly H, et al. (1982) Resolution of interference effects in the rotational excitation of NO (N = O) by Ar The Journal of Chemical Physics. 77: 2204-2205
Burdenski S, Feltgen R, Lichterfeld F, et al. (1981) Total and ionization cross sections for He*(23S)-Ar and He*(21S)-Ar in the thermal energy range Chemical Physics Letters. 78: 296-300
Hüwel L, Maier J, Pauly H. (1981) Excited-state potentials in the Na-Hg system: Analysis of rainbow scattering and polarization effects The Journal of Chemical Physics. 76: 4961-4971
Hüwel L, Maier J, Pauly H. (1981) Determination of the Na-Hg repulsive potential between 0.5 and 3 eV from the inversion of differential cross section data The Journal of Chemical Physics. 74: 5613-5617
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