THEORETICAL STUDIES OF THE INTERACTION OF CHARGED AND UNCHARGED SPECIES WITH RARE GAS ATOMS

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Title: THEORETICAL STUDIES OF THE INTERACTION OF CHARGED AND UNCHARGED SPECIES WITH RARE GAS ATOMS
Creators: Hayes, Edward F.; Siu, A. K. Q.; Miller, M. B.; Matcha, R. L.
Issue Date: 1972
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: The interaction potentials obtained from nonempirical calculations of $H^{+}$, H, $Li^{+}$, Li, $Be^{+}$, $Be^{++}$, $Mg^{+}$ and $Mg^{+2}$ with various clusters of rare gas atoms will be presented. These interaction potentials are used as the basis for developing a model for the interaction of rare gas matrices with trapped atoms and molecules. The potential implications for matrix isolation spectroscopy will be discussed.
Description: Author Institution: Rice University Houston; University of Houston
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/9017
Other Identifiers: 1972-I-1
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