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Energies, expectation values, fine structures and hyperfine structures of the ground state and excited states for boron

  • Chao ChenEmail author
Regular Article

Abstract

The 1s 22s 22p 2P ground state and the 1s 22s 2 np (n = 3, 4) 2P, 1s 22s 23s 2S, 1s 22s2p 2 4P, 2L (L = S, P, D), 1s 22s2p3s 4Po, 1s 22s2p3p 4S, and 1s 22p 3 4S o, 2Lo (L = P, D) excited states of boron are calculated using the Rayleigh-Ritz variational method with multiconfiguration interaction wave functions. Energies, expectation values such as the electron density at the nucleus ρ(0) and radial moments 〈r n 〉, and fine-structure splittings are calculated. Hyperfine structure parameters and magnetic coupling constants of these states are also calculated. The present results are in good agreement with theoretical and experimental data available in the literature and should provide valuable reference data for future theoretical calculations and experimental measurements.

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Atomic Physics 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of PhysicsBeijing Institute of TechnologyBeijingP.R. China

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