See figure 1.3 of this document.Joseph Chikva wrote: Kiteman, I see one maximum on a logarithmic axis closer to 1 MEV. And do not see any more.
How broad is the energy distribution of a HOT substance? Now, how broad is it for a COLD substance? The energy spread of a cold substance is MUCH narrower than a hot. When the ions climb the well, they become much colder. Therefore, any collisionality at the edge will tend to NARROW the deviation of energies. So they start their next cycle into the well with a smaller deviation in velocity and pick up only radial motion from the well. Classic physics.Joseph Chikva wrote:Via collisions, my friend, you can reach only uniformity of average velocities distribution. But not to convert random to coherent. My advise is to learn more from classic physics.
Fine. If you know a better set of terms, I'll use them. Those are the terms I heard here. Indeed, it is in one person's signature line, I think.Joseph Chikva wrote:And to stop incorrect using of terms like “resonance peak” or “general peak”.