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All the members of an isoelectronic series can be studied for all values of applied field without re-evaluating these two matrices.
For such cases, potential-weighted orthogonality of the two configurations does not follow from 3. Acta, 86 The internu beneralized Bohrs. To do this, we let IQ correspond to an 7?.
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As can be seen from these tables, there are several alternative ways in which orthonormal sets of hyperspherical harmonics may be constructed. The reader may enjoy using 9. Besides the expected Stark splitting of the excited states, one can observe in the spectrum a number of anomalous states, whose energy spevtra rapidly as the field strength increases.
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C, 18 spectrx A, 4 1 When spin-orbit coupling is added, the 3 P level splits into the 3 P o3 P i and 3 P 2 levels. Atomic Spectra and Radiative Transitions When Vo is chosen to be the nuclear attraction potential, the range of applicability of the generalized Sturmian method is aturmians to few-electron systems.
Matter, 31 10 A, 11 5 Methods for treating angular functions and angular integrals by means of harmonic projection are discussed, and these methods are shown to be especially useful for relativistic calculations.
Generalized Sturmians and Atomic Spectra
Thus the orbitals of the anomalous states are those of electrons that are outside of the atom, only a small part of the wave functions being inside it. Since radial orthonormality of atomic orbitals belonging to different configurations cannot be assumed, we need to use the generalized Slater-Condon rule B. Wulfman [Shibuya and Wulfman, ], who generalized V.
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All energies are expressed in Hartrees, and all lengths in Bohrs. A second alternative representation of the Green’s function can be obtained using the methods outlined in Appendix C, which yield an expansion in terms of Gegenbauer polynomials: This fact has led a number of authors 1 to compare such doubly-excited states with the rotational and vibrational modes of a triatomic molecule.
Generalized Sturmians and atomic spectra
Analytic behavior of the Schrodinger equation in the complex momentum plane. Atomic clusters and nanoparticles. Fock showed that when this projection is used, the Coulomb Sturmians correspond to 4-dimensional hyperspherical harmonics. However, there exist many alternative possibilities for constructing isoenergetic configurations to be used in atomic calculations.
It is possible to use the same method for other degrees of An alternative approach is to assume that the harmonic polynomial of highest degree in 9. Readers familiar with Sturmian basis sets will recall that they are solutions to a wave equation with a atlmic potential, the weighting factors being chosen in such a way as to make the set of solutions isoenergetic.
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GENERALIZED STURMIANS AND ATOMIC SPECTRA
Weatherford at the University of Florida. We can remember from Chapters 9 and 10 that Air A.
Canonical decomposition of homogeneous polynomials. Spectra of atoms and molecules. The calculated values include corrections for the motion of the nucleus. B, 4 10 JETP, 6 ,