Highly delocalized orbiting resonances.

@article{GarcaVela2008HighlyDO,
  title={Highly delocalized orbiting resonances.},
  author={A Garc{\'i}a-Vela},
  journal={The Journal of chemical physics},
  year={2008},
  volume={129 9},
  pages={094307}
}
The Ne-Br(2)(B,v) intermolecular resonances embedded in the continuum of the v=26 vibrational manifold have been characterized. The nature of these states as long-lived, strongly overlapping orbiting resonances supported by centrifugal barriers originated in rotational excitation of Br(2) within the complex has been confirmed. The orbiting resonances are found to be highly delocalized in space, both in the radial and angular coordinates, giving rise to long-lived, large-sized Ne-Br(2) complexes… CONTINUE READING