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The theoretical results of Starrett et al. , 2008) The production of Ps in excited states, via inner-shell electron capture and accompanied by the production of multiply-charged ions remains largely unexplored, as does its angular distribution. g. Van Reeth et al. (2005)). Concerning Ps scattering, studies of target-inelastic and doublyinelastic processes have commenced; energy and angle resolved investigations are also envisaged. Alternative methods to positron neutralization in a gas may enable the production of positronium with energies well beyond those presently achievable.
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