Role of triple excitations in calculating different properties of Ba+

@article{Porsev2021RoleOT,
  title={Role of triple excitations in calculating different properties of 
Ba+},
  author={Sergey G. Porsev and Marianna S. Safronova},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2021},
  volume={103}
}
We carried out calculations of the energies, hyperfine structure constants and electric-dipole transiton amplitudes for the low-lying states of Ba+ in the framework of the relativistic linearized coupled-cluster single double (LCCSD) and coupled-cluster single double (valence) triple (CCSDvT) methods. Taking into account that an iterative inclusion of the valence triples into consideration is a complicated and computationally demanding process we study the effects of computational restriction… 

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