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H2PLUS: Model of H2+ in an Electromagnetic Field

from the NEP Collection

Source: S.I. Chu, University of Kansas
Discipline: Quantum chemistry

The physical problem is to determine the laser-induced molecular resonance states of H2+ in an electro-magnetic field. The complex-scaling technique applied to the self-adjoint Hamiltonian from quantum mechanics yields a complex symmetric eigenvalue problem A x = lambda x. To determine the stability of the state, Floquet exponents are computed by the standard Fourier-grid method.

Figure 1 displays the eigenvalues computed by the QR algorithm for the matrix QC2534.

Matrices in this set:

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