dr hab. Jan Franz
- Associate Professor at Department of Theoretical Physics and Quantum Information
- Department of Theoretical Physics and Quantum Information
- Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics
- Gmach B pokój 414
- (58) 347 28 89
Multi-state vibronic interactions in the fluorobenzene radical cation: The importance of quadratic coupling terms
The multi-mode multi-state vibronic interactions in the set of X^2B_1 - D^2A_1 electronic states of the monofluoro benzene radical cation are investigated theoretically, based on a quadratic vibronic coupling approach. The underlying ionization potentials and coupling constants are obtained from ab initio coupled-cluster calculations. Previous investigations (relying on the linear coupling approach) are extended by including all...
Differential, integral and momentum transfer cross sections for the vibrationally elastic and rotationally inelastic scattering of positrons from water at low collision energy (E ≤ 10 eV) are reported. Several models within the R-matrix method are used to compute the body-fixed T-matrices, while the scattering calculations are performed within the fixed-nuclei approximation corrected with the standard Born-closure formula. These...
Positron collisions with molecular hydrogen: cross sections and annihilation parameters calculated using theR-matrix with pseudo-states method
The molecular R-matrix with pseudo-states (MRMPS) method is employed to study positron collisions with H2. The calculations employ pseudo-continuum orbital sets containing up to h (l = 5) functions. Use of these high l functions is found to give converged eigenphase sums. Below the positronium formation threshold, the calculated cross sections agree with other high-accuracy theories and generally with the measurements. Calculation...
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