Application of the close-coupling method to excitation of electronic states and dissociation of H 2 by electron impact

@article{Chung1978ApplicationOT,
  title={Application of the close-coupling method to excitation of electronic states and dissociation of H 2 by electron impact},
  author={Sunggi Chung and Chun Chia Lin},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={1978},
  volume={17},
  pages={1874-1891}
}
The close-coupling method has been applied to the electron-H/sub 2/ collision to obtain excitation cross sections of the b /sup 3/..sigma../sup +//sub u/, a /sup 3/..sigma../sup +//sub g/, e /sup 3/..sigma../sup +//sub u/, c /sup 3/Pi/sub u/, and B /sup 1/..sigma../sup +//sub u/ states. Cross sections of the triplet states are presented at several incident-electron energies between threshold and 40 eV, and those of the B /sup 1/..sigma../sup +//sub u/ state at 25, 50, 75, and 100 eV… 
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