Eastes, Walter and Marcus, R. A. (1973) Compound state resonances in the collinear collision of an atom with a diatomic oscillator. Journal of Chemical Physics, 59 (9). pp. 4757-4762. ISSN 0021-9606 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:EASjcp73
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Compound state resonance effects are reported in exact, numerical calculations of the collinear collision of a particle with a harmonic oscillator with a Morse interaction potential. They are shown to be due to the formation of a long-lived complex or quasibound state and are much more narrow than resonances reported previously for this type of system. The stable eigenvalues resulting from a variational calculation with a bound state basis set are found to be in excellent agreement with the resonance energies, and such a variational calculation is a good way of locating these resonances.
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