Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol.125 (Wiley 2003) by I. Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

By I. Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

Advances in Chemical Physics covers fresh advances on the innovative of analysis relative to chemical physics. The sequence, Advances in Chemical Physics, offers a discussion board for serious, authoritative reviews of advances in each sector of the self-discipline.

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Now, an explicit form of the Coulombic interactions V for a quantum system including B electrons and C positive-charged centers (protons) may be written as V¼ b b X a a X X 1 X Zk Zk Zl À þ r r r ij ik 0¼i

33 QUANTUM PHASE TRANSITIONS AND STABILITY OF ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR SYSTEMS In this section we will apply the FSS method to obtain critical parameters for few-body systems with Coulombic interactions. Thus, FSS approach can be used to explain and predict stability of atomic and molecular systems. A. Two-Electron Atoms In this section we plan to review the analytical properties of the eigenvalues of the Hamiltonian for two-electron atoms as a function of the nuclear charge. This system, in the infinite-mass nucleus approximation, is the simplest few-body problem that does not admit an exact solution, but has well-studied ground-state properties.

8. ) finite-size scaling for atomic and molecular systems 41 that the transition from a ground bound state to a continuum in the helium-like atoms resemble ‘‘first-order phase transitions,’’ while for lithium-like atoms the transition is continuous. In the previous section we showed that for the helium-like atoms the critical exponent for the energy, E ’ ðlc À lÞa , l ! lÀ c , is equal to one, a ¼ 1 [87]. For three-electron atoms, a ’ 1:64 Æ 0:05 and the Hamiltonian does not have a square-integrable wave function at the bottom of the continuum [9].

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