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Analytical calculation of the Smith lifetime matrix using a Magnus propagator: Applications to the study of resonances occurring in ultracold inelastic collisions with and without an applied magnetic field
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10.1063/1.3111881
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Comparison of the partial wave cross section and the largest eigenlifetime as a function of collision energy in , for the transition for the collision of with .

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FIG. 2.

Comparison of the partial wave cross section and the largest eigenlifetime for as a function of collision energy in , for the transition for the collision of with .

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Comparison of the partial wave cross section and the largest eigenlifetime for as a function of collision energy in , for the transition during the collision of with .

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Comparison of the partial wave cross section and the largest eigenlifetime for as a function of collision energy in , for the transition during the collision of with .

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Two upper panels: comparison of the partial wave cross section and the largest matrix eigenvalue for as a function of collision energy in , for the transition during the collision of with . The lower panel shows the three largest eigenvalues of the lifetime matrix (denoted el 1, el 2, and el 3) for the same partial wave.

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(a) Highest positive (denoted el 14) and lowest negative (denoted el 1) matrix eigenvalues for the elastic collision as a function of the magnetic field from calculations at a kinetic energy of . (b) Highest positive (denoted el 14) and lowest negative (denoted el 1) matrix eigenvalues for the elastic collision as a function of the magnetic field from calculations at a kinetic energy of .

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(a) Highest positive (denoted el 14) and lowest negative (denoted el 1) matrix eigenvalues for the elastic collision as a function of the magnetic field from calculations at a kinetic energy of . (b) Highest positive (denoted el 14) and lowest negative (denoted el 1) matrix eigenvalues for the elastic collision as a function of the magnetic field from calculations at a kinetic energy of . (c) Highest positive (denoted el 14) and lowest negative (denoted el 1) matrix eigenvalues for the elastic collision as a function of the magnetic field from calculations at a kinetic energy of .

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Scitation: Analytical calculation of the Smith lifetime Q matrix using a Magnus propagator: Applications to the study of resonances occurring in ultracold inelastic collisions with and without an applied magnetic field
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/130/14/10.1063/1.3111881
10.1063/1.3111881
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