Power spectrum of the mean first shell radius (thick line) and of the fit (thin line).
Average over 100 trajectories of the fist shell radius (thick line) and of the fit (thin line).
Density of vibrational states from normal mode analysis (thick line) and from the kinetic energy power spectrum method described in Sec. II B (thin line).
Frequency spectra of the total kinetic energy (thick line), of the grand angular energy (thin line), and of the hyper-radial energy (dashed line) obtained by averaging over 100 trajectories. The spectra have been calculated with the kinetic energy power spectrum method (Sec. II B).
Distribution of energy per vibrational state (thick line) along with the radial (thin line) and tangential (dashed line) contributions. The tangential contribution has been magnified 8 times, while in and the peak at was decreased by 2 and the peak at by 6.
Parameters for the fit of the mean first shell radius [Eq. (21)] with six damped oscillators. Here and are the frequencies coming from the power spectrum of and , respectively (see Fig. 1). The mean radius in the fit [Eq. (21)] was .
Most contributing eigenfrequencies to the transition process, is the normal amplitude and (%) is the energy share per frequency with respect to the total energy contribution summed over all normal modes, ordered according to values. The numbers in parentheses indicate the order of energy shares (%).
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