Ejected electron spectra from doubly-excited states He (3lnl') produced by He2+ - Sr and Ba collisions K.Iemura$B!!(B, S.Ohtani$B!!(B, F.J.Currel$B!!(B, Y.Kanai$B_ (B S.Kitazawa$B%r(B, H.Suzuki$B!!(B, M.Sekiguchi$B!"(B, J.Takeda*, T.Takayanagi*, K.Wakiya* and T.Watanabe# $B!!(B Institute for Laser Science, University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan $B_(BThe Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN), Saitama, Japan $B%r(B Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI), Ibaraki, Japan $B!"(B Center for Nuclear Study, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan * Department of Physics, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan # International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan Ejected electrons from doubly-excited helium atoms, produced by double electron capture collisions of He2+ with Sr and Ba atoms at low energies, have been measured using zero-degree electron spectroscopy with high energy resolution. Electrons from the configurations of 3lnl' (n$B%&(B3$B!K(Bwere observed. Electron spectra from the terms of higher angular momenta were dominant in contrast to the case of photon or electron-impact excitation of neutral He.