Advances in Quantum Chemistry publishes articles and invited experiences via top overseas researchers in quantum chemistry. Quantum chemistry bargains fairly with the digital constitution of atoms, molecules, and crystalline topic and describes it when it comes to electron wave styles. It makes use of actual and chemical perception, subtle arithmetic and high-speed pcs to resolve the wave equations and accomplish its effects. Advances highlights those very important, interdisciplinary advancements.
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For light with linear polarization 3 overlapping Fano-peak profiles are visible in Fig. 8. These peaks correspond to resonance ionization with the intermediate bound states 2s (at 243 nm), 3s/3d (at 205 nm) and 4s/4d (at 195 nm). It is seen that our coupled-channel results (symbols) are in good agreement with the results of third-order perturbation theory . We predict a broadening of the 2s-resonance maximum due to the short pulse durations of only 10 and 30 fs. For the 30 fs-pulses there is a clear indication for non-perturbative effects as the cross section for I ¼ 5 £ 1012 W/cm2 is suppressed (due to induced photon emission) in comparison with the one for 5 £ 1011 W/cm2 at the center of the peak.
Advances in Quantum Chemistry, Vol. 45