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Small projectile scattering angles, this transformation can be performed employing the Eikonal method . Basically, the transition amplitude as a function of projectile scattering angle is obtained from the impact parameter dependent amplitudes ai ðbÞ by a Hankel transformation. The two-electron amplitude can then be obtained from the product of two single-electron amplitudes. The differential scattering amplitude for a small projectile scattering-angle Q; in the Eikonal approximation , reads ð1 fn1 ;l1 ;m1 ;n2 ;l2 ;m2 ðQÞ ¼ im1 þm2 K b dbJlm1 þm2 l ðK QbÞ 0 ð Zp Zt £ an1 ;l1 ;m1 ð1;bÞan2 ;l2 ;m2 ð1;bÞexp 2i dt 2 d1;2;GS R for a bare projectile with charge Zp and for a target nuclear-charge Zt : The principal quantum number is denoted ni and li ; mi are quantum numbers associated with the angular momentum and angular momentum projection of Ionization and Energy Loss Beyond Perturbation Theory 35 the ith electron.