Nonadditive three-body dipoles of inert gas trimer and H[sub 2]...H[sub 2]...H[sub 2]: Long-range

X. Li; Hunt, K.L.C.
September 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;9/15/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 11, p4133
Academic Journal
Detects three-body magnetic dipoles in far-infrared absorption by inert gas mixtures using perturbation theory. Observation of triple transitions and absorption of a single photon of three molecules; Results of linear induction, hyperpolarization, dispersion and concertedinduction-dispersion effects with direct overlap damping.


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