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1974b). (Copyright by The Institute of Physics. ) Calibration point. E. Golden would be insufficient to separate the 1"' peak from 2. In addition, the experiment of Sanche and Schulz (1972a) was done in an axial magnetic field, which has been shown by Golden (1973) to decrease the sensitivity for the detection of elastic scattering (see Section 111,B). A more recent search for the additional resonance below the (Is, 2 ~ ) threshold ~s by Andrick and Langhans (1975) has also produced a negative result.
I -I- I ....... .... : , ' . ... . ... . . .. .. '+i. 6 I . .. 0 .... 23. Excitation functions of the 33S, 3'S, 43S, 4'S, 5 j S , 5 ' S , and 6's states of He in order of threshold energy (from Heddle, 1977). The positions of the (ls,ns')'S, (ns,np)'P, (lD,npZ)'D, and 'S resonances are marked with solid lines. The broken lines are at the positions of resonances as a result of extrapotation. The potential V of two electrons moving symmetrically about a central charge 2 may be expressed in terms of a single coordinates I as where Z is the nuclear charge.
The values of n* = n - 6 plotted versus n are shown D . E. Golden 48 in Fig. 24. Two series of resonances are immediately clear on the plot. They can be identified as ( l ~ , n s ’ ) ~ and S ( l ~ , n s , n p ) ~ It P . 78eV. The uppermost diagonal line on the figure corresponds to the n’P terms of helium, which are the most loosely bound. One would expect closed-channel resonances to lie below this line. On the other hand, one would not expect any resonance to be more tightly bound than (Is, ns2)’S, and so the lowest line on the figure is a lower bound.
Advances in Atomic and Molecular Physics, Vol. 14 by D.R. Bates (ed.), Benjamin Bederson (ed.)