# Molecular Applications of Quantum Defect Theory

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Molecular Applications of Quantum Defect Theory book

# Molecular Applications of Quantum Defect Theory

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Molecular Applications of Quantum Defect Theory book

ByCh Jungen

Edition 1st Edition

First Published 1996

eBook Published 22 January 2019

Pub. location New York

Imprint Routledge

Pages 664 pages

eBook ISBN 9780203746608

SubjectsPhysical Sciences

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Jungen, C. (1996). Molecular Applications of Quantum Defect Theory. New York: Routledge, https://doi.org/10.1201/9780203746608

As a consequence of new experimental techniques in optical and collision physics, such as multiphoton excitation and VUV radiation generation, quantum defect theory (QDT) has become more widely used as a theoretical tool for experimentalists. Drawing together a historical body of work that contains key research and review papers, Molecular Applica

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

part Part A|1 pages

Atomic theory

chapter |5 pages

#### Application of the Multichannel Effective Range Theory to Electron–Hydrogen Scattering

ByR. Damburg, R. Peterkop

chapter |5 pages

#### Behavior of Cross Sections Near Threshold of a New Reaction in the Case of a Coulomb Attraction Field

ByM. Gaĭlitis

chapter |5 pages

#### Dielectronic recombination: II. Effects on cross sections for inelastic collisions between electrons and atomic ions

ByA K Pradhan, M J Seaton

chapter |10 pages

#### Scattering and speetroscopy: Relativistic multichannel quantum-defect theory

ByC. M. Lee, W. R. Johnson

chapter |9 pages

#### Analysts of Beutler-Fano autoionizing resonances In the rare-gas atoms using tie relativistic multichannel quantum-defect theory

ByW. R. Johnson, K. T. Cheng, K.-N. Huang, M. Le Dourneuf

chapter |13 pages

#### Quantum Defect Theory of l Uncoupling in H2 as an Example of Channel-Interaction Treatment *

ByU. Fano

chapter |17 pages

#### Spectroscopy and Collision Theory. II. The Ar Absorption Spectrum *

ByLee Chia-Ming, K. T. Lu

chapter |16 pages

#### Alternative parameters of channel interactions: I. Symmetry analysis of the two-channel coupling

ByA Giusti-Suzor, U Fano

chapter |18 pages

#### Parametrisation of resonance strictures in the multichannel quantum defect theory

ByJ M Lecomte

chapter |14 pages

#### Systematic Behavior in Alkaline Earth Spectra: A Multichannel Quantum Defect Analysis

ByJ J Wynne, J A Armstrong

chapter |7 pages

#### Multichannel-quantum-defect theory wave functions of Ba tested or improved by laser measurements

ByM. Aymar

chapter |12 pages

#### Computer programs for the calculation of electron-atom collision cross sections

ByW Eissner, M J Seaton

chapter |18 pages

#### Spin-orbit effects in the heavy alkaline-earth atoms

ByChris H. Greene, Mireille Aymar

part Part B|1 pages

Generalizations

chapter |11 pages

#### Perturbed Rydberg series: Relationship between quantum-defect and configuration-interaction theroy

ByF. H. Mies

chapter |23 pages

#### Influence of electric fields on highly excited states of H2: quantum-defect-theory approach

ByK Sakimoto

chapter |4 pages

#### Quadratic Zeeman Effect for Nonhydrogenic Systems: Application to the Sr and Ba Atoms

ByP.F. O’Mahony, K.T. Taylor

chapter |1 pages

#### Erratums Interactio n between a Rydberg atom and neutral perturbers [Phys. Rev, A 36, 971 (1987)]

ByDu Ning Yi, Chris H. Greene

chapter |4 pages

#### Interaction between a Rydberg atom and neutral perturbers

ByNing Yi Du, Chris H. Greene

chapter |1 pages

#### Erratum: General form of the quantum-defect theory. II

ByChris H. Greene, A. R. P. Rau, U. Fano

chapter |13 pages

#### A multichannel quantum defect analysis of diatomic predissociation and inelastic atomic acattering

ByFradesiek H. Mies

part Part C|1 pages

Molecular problems

chapter |26 pages

#### Rowibronic interactions in the photoabsorption spectrum of molecular hydrogan and deuterium; An application of multichannel quantum defect methods

ByCh. Jungen, O. Atabek

chapter |8 pages

#### Calculation of rotatlonal-vlbratlonal preionization in H2 by multichannel quantum defect theory

ByCh. Jungen, Dan Dilla)

chapter |4 pages

#### Stroboscopic Effect between Electronic and Nuclear Motion in Highly Excited Molecular Rydberg States

ByP. Labastie, M. C. Bordas, B. Tribollet, M. Broyer

chapter |1 pages

#### Corrigenda

The role of Rydberg states in H 2 + dissociative recombination with slow electrons

chapter |9 pages

#### The role of Rydberg states in H 2 + dissociative recombination with slow electrons

ByI F Schneide, O Dulieu, A Giusti-Suzor

chapter |4 pages

#### Unified Treatment of Dissociation and Ionization Processes in Molecular Hydrogen

ByCh. Jungen

chapter |13 pages

#### Multichannel quantum-defect theory of double-minimum 1 ∑ g + states in H2, II Vilbronie-energy levels

ByS. C. Ross, Ch. Jungen

chapter |4 pages

#### Application of Generalized Quantum-Defect Theory to Photodissociation Processes: Predissociation of Ar-H2

ByM. Raoult, G. G. Balint-Kurti