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Ultra-long-range states in excited 3He2

  • A. S. DickinsonEmail author
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Long-range potentials have been calculated for 3He2 molecules dissociating to 3He 2 3S + 3He 2 3P, including the retarded dipole and the van der Waals interactions. Ultra-long-range wells with depths of up to about 2.4 GHz have been found in many of the adiabatic body-fixed potentials and rovibrational levels have been calculated for some of these wells, which have been found to support up to 4 rotationless vibrational levels.

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Spectroscopy Neural Network State Physics Complex System Nonlinear Dynamics 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Natural Sciences (Physics), University of NewcastleRU Newcastle upon TyneUK

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