# Final-state probabilities for the hydrogen atom arising after ( e − , e + ) -pair annihilation in the positronium hydride PsH

@article{Frolov2004FinalstatePF, title={Final-state probabilities for the hydrogen atom arising after ( e − , e + ) -pair annihilation in the positronium hydride PsH}, author={A. M. Frolov}, journal={Physical Review A}, year={2004}, volume={69}, pages={062507} }

Final-state probabilities are determined for the hydrogen atom which forms after the electron-positron pair annihilation in the positronium hydride PsH (p{sup +}e{sup -}e{sup +}e{sup -}). It is shown that for the hydrogen atom the probability to be found in its ground state is {approx_equal}98.41%, while analogous probabilities for the excited 2s, 2p, and 3s states are {approx_equal}1.09%, {approx_equal}0.28%, and {approx_equal}0.13%, respectively. This means that the final hydrogen atom forms… Expand

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