Figure 2. Total cumulative charge-transfer probabilities for H2 + D" " — Hj + D. Dashed line exact quantum mechanical numerical solution. Solid line TSH results with use of the Zhu-Nakamura formulas. Dash-dot line TSH results with use of the LZ formula. Taken from Ref. [50]. |

Reddington et al. (1973) performed a numerical solution of the time dependent coupled equations for K + I in the energy range 20-100 eV. He reproduced all features which we discussed in the previous section. Risking some monotony, we cite here their conclusion that the simple LZ-formula accounts well for the numerically computed transition probabilities. [Pg.482]

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