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New calculations of P(b) curves for 1s_\sigma excitation in low-Z (Z\le10) ion-atom scattering

(1986)

Ab initio fully relativistic SCF molecular calculations of energy eigenvalues as well as coupling-matrix elements are used to calculate the 1s_\sigma excitation differential cross section for Ne-Ne and Ne-O in ion-atom collisions. A relativistic perturbation treatment which allows a direct comparison with analogous non-relativistic calculations is also performed.

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On the correlation between electric polarizabilities and the ionization potential of atoms

(1985)

It is found that the electric dipole polarizabilities of neutral atoms correlate very strongly with their first ionization potential within the groups of elements with the same angular momenta of the outermost electrons. As the latter values are known very accurately, this allows a very good
(<30%) prediction of various atomic polarizabilities.

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Relativistic calculations of super heavy quasi-molecules

(Malli, G. L. (Hrsg.), 1983)

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Quadrupole moments of radium isotopes from the 7p^2P_3/2 hyperfine structure in Ra II

(1989)

The hyperfine structure and isotope shift of ^{221- 226}Ra and ^{212, 214}Ra have been measured in the ionic (Ra 11) transition 7s^2 S_{1/2} - 7p ^2 P_{3/2} (\lamda = 381.4 nm). The method of on-line collinear fast-beam laser spectroscopy has been applied using frequency-doubling of cw dye laser radiation in an external ring cavity. The magnetic hyperfine fields are compared with semi-empirical and ab initio calculations. The analysis of the quadrupole splitting by the same method yields the following, improved values ...

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Solution of the Hartree-Fock-Slater equations for diatomic molecules by the finite-element method

(1988)

We present the finite-element method in its application to solving quantum-mechanical problems for diatomic molecules. Results for Hartree-Fock calculations of H_2 and Hartree-Fock-Slater calculations for molecules like N_2 and CO are presented. The accuracy achieved with fewer than 5000 grid points for the total energies of these systems is 10^-8 a.u., which is about two orders of magnitude better than the accuracy of any other available method.

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Finite element method for the accurate solution of diatomic molecules

(1989)

We present the Finite-Element-Method (FEM) in its application to quantum mechanical problems solving for diatomic molecules. Results for Hartree-Fock calculations of H_2 and Hartree-Fock-Slater calculations of molecules like N_2 and C0 have been obtained. The accuracy achieved with less then 5000 grid points for the total energies of these systems is 10_-8 a.u., which is demonstrated for N_2.

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H_2 solved by the finite element method

(1987)

We report on the solution of the Hartree-Fock equations for the ground state of the H_2 molecule using the finite element method. Both the Hartree-Fock and the Poisson equations are solved with this method to an accuracy of 10^-8 using only 26 x 11 grid points in two dimensions. A 41 x 16 grid gives a new Hartree-Fock benchmark to ten-figure accuracy.

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State dependent volume isotope shift analysis of the low lying states of Ba I and Ba II

(1983)

Relativistic multi-configuration Dirac-Fock wavefunctions, coupled to good angular momentum J, have been calculated for low lying states of Ba I and Ba II. The resulting electronic factors show good agreement with data derived from recent high-resolution laser spectroscopy experiments and results from a comparison of muonic and optical data.

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Non-relativistic and relativistic molecular calculations for the chalcogen hexafluorides: SF_6, SeF_6, TeF_6, PoF_6

(1980)

Non-relativistic Hartree-Fock-Slater and relativistic Dirac-Slater self-consistent orbital models are applied for the analysis of the electronic structure of the chalcogen hexafluorides: SF_6, SeF_6, TeF_6 and PoF_6. The molecular eigenfunctions and eigenvalues are generated using the discrete variational method (DVM) with numerical basis functions. The results obtained for SF_6 are compared with other ab initio calculations. Information about relativistic level shifts and spin-orbit splitting has been obtained by ...

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State-dependent volume isotope shifts of low-lying states of group-IIa and -IIb elements

(1985)

Results of relativistic multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock calculations with an extended nucleus are used to analyze the volume isotope shifts of the resonance transitions in the group-IIa and -IIb elements
as well as in Yb. This is done together with a review of the isotope shift theory, including a critical evaluation and comparison of the semiempirical calculation of volume isotope shifts commonly
used today. Electronic factors F_i, proportional to differences of electronic densities over the nuclear volume, are ...