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A new determination of the ground state interatomic potential for He2
A simple accurate potential of the HFD-B form, which appears to be the best characterization of the He-He interaction constructed to date, is presented. It has been fitted to low temperature second
Irreducible Cartesian Tensors
This paper considers certain simple and practically useful properties of Cartesian tensors in three‐dimensional space which are irreducible under the three‐dimensional rotation group. Ordinary tensor
Dicke narrowing and collisional broadening of spectral lines in dilute molecular gases
A unified description of pressure broadening and Dicke or diffusional narrowing of spectral lines is presented from the point of view of a quantum mechanical kinetic theory. The present description
Magnetoviscosity of Colloidal Suspensions
A theoretical description of the effect of an applied magnetic field on the viscosity of a colloidal suspension of single-domain ferromagnetic particles is given from the point of view of linearized
Inelastic differential and integral cross sections for 2S+1.SIGMA. linear molecule-1S atom scattering: the use of Hund's case b representation
Exact close-coupled scattering equations are established for multiplet-..sigma.. molecule-structureless atom collisions by using a Hund's case (b) coupling scheme for the description of the
Experimental and theoretical study of proton spin-lattice relaxation in H2-Ar gas mixtures: critical examination of the XC(fit) potential energy surface.
Results indicate that the short-range anisotropy of the XC(fit) potential surface is too weak and the reciprocal regime is shown to have a much higher sensitivity to changes in the anisotropic component of the intermolecular potential energy surface.
Accuracy of recent potential energy surfaces for the He-N2 interaction. I. Virial and bulk transport coefficients.
A new exchange-Coulomb semiempirical model potential energy surface for the He-N2 interaction has been developed and tested for the reliability of its predictions of second-virial coefficients and bulk transport phenomena in binary mixtures of He and N2.
New exchange-Coulomb N2-Ar potential-energy surface and its comparison with other recent N2-Ar potential-energy surfaces.
Of the two recommended surfaces, the new exchange-Coulomb surface is preferred on balance due to its superior predictions of the effective cross sections related to various relaxation phenomena, and to its reliable, and relatively simple, representation of the long-range part of the potential-energy surface.
Pure rotational spectrum of, and potential-energy surface for, the Ar–N2 Van der Waals complex
Pure rotational spectra of three isotopomers of the Van der Waals complex Ar–N2 have been investigated in the frequency range 3.5–20 GHz, using a pulsed molecular beam cavity microwave