Multipolar polarizabilities and two- and three-body dispersion coefficients for alkali

Patil, S. H.; Tang, K. T.
February 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;2/8/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 6, p2298
Academic Journal
Evaluates multipolar matrix elements using simple wave functions based on the asymptotic behavior and on the binding energies of the valence electron. Polarities obtained and dispersion coefficients of homonuclear and heteronuclear interactions; Capability of the approach to yield quite useful values for low order quantities.


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