The calculation of the wave functions ip from the Hamiltonian matrix uses standard matrix manipulations, which are not reproduced here. We shall discuss the spectrum arising from an AB system in detail in Section 6.8. [Pg.153]

Only certain energy values ( ) will lead to solutions of this equation. The corresponding values of the wave functions are called Eigen functions or characteristic wave functions. [Pg.148]

The approximation of Fresnel is scalar approximation. Let u(, r],0-0) be the scalar wave function of the laser beam falling onto the optical element, and u( X,y,Cl) will the be scalar wave function in the plane Z = Cl. Then [3,4]... [Pg.266]

The second model is a quantum mechanical one where free electrons are contained in a box whose sides correspond to the surfaces of the metal. The wave functions for the standing waves inside the box yield permissible states essentially independent of the lattice type. The kinetic energy corresponding to the rejected states leads to the surface energy in fair agreement with experimental estimates [86, 87],... [Pg.270]

Small metal clusters are also of interest because of their importance in catalysis. Despite the fact that small clusters should consist of mostly surface atoms, measurement of the photon ionization threshold for Hg clusters suggest that a transition from van der Waals to metallic properties occurs in the range of 20-70 atoms per cluster [88] and near-bulk magnetic properties are expected for Ni, Pd, and Pt clusters of only 13 atoms [89] Theoretical calculations on Sin and other semiconductors predict that the stmcture reflects the bulk lattice for 1000 atoms but the bulk electronic wave functions are not obtained [90]. Bartell and co-workers [91] study beams of molecular clusters with electron dirfraction and molecular dynamics simulations and find new phases not observed in the bulk. Bulk models appear to be valid for their clusters of several thousand atoms (see Section IX-3). [Pg.270]

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In tills weakly coupled regime, ET in an encounter complex can be described approximately using a two-level system model [23]. As such, tlie time-dependent wave function is... [Pg.2976]

Comparison between the first and last lines of the table shows that the sign of the ground-state wave function has been reversed, which implies the existence of a conical intersection somewhere inside the loop described by the table. [Pg.11]

While the presence of sign changes in the adiabatic eigenstates at a conical intersection was well known in the early Jahn-Teller literature, much of the discussion centered on solutions of the coupled equations arising from non-adiabatic coupling between the two or mom nuclear components of the wave function in a spectroscopic context. Mead and Truhlar [10] were the first to... [Pg.11]

The radial factor in the total wave function must therefore be an eigenstate of... [Pg.21]

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