Avoided crossings, scars, and transition to chaos

Arranz, F.J.; Borondo, F.; Benito, R.M.
August 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;8/15/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 7, p2395
Academic Journal
Reports that the correlation diagram of the LiNC/LiCN isomerizing system as a function of h, taken as a parameter, is considered in conditions of widespread classical chaos. Characterization of series of isolated avoided crossings of different nature; Interaction matrix elements between adiabatic states analytically calculated.


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