Quantum Monte Carlo study of three-dimensional Coulomb complexes: Trions and biexcitons, hydrogen molecules and ions, helium hydride cations, and positronic and muonic complexes

@article{Marsusi2022QuantumMC,
  title={Quantum Monte Carlo study of three-dimensional Coulomb complexes: Trions and biexcitons, hydrogen molecules and ions, helium hydride cations, and positronic and muonic complexes},
  author={F Marsusi and Elaheh Mostaani and Neil D Drummond},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2022}
}

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