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Long-range dispersion coefficients for Li, , and interacting with the rare gases
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Table I.

Comparisons of the binding energies (in a.u.) of Li in and states. The experimental valence binding energies are taken from the National Institute of Standards and Technology database (Ref. 69). The -weighted average is used for states with . The ground-state energies for the and ions are −7.279 913 412 669 305 9(1) and −7.279 321 519 738 427 6(1) a.u., respectively. The numbers in parentheses give the computational uncertainties in the energies.

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Table II.

The polarizabilities for and in their and states (in a.u.). The numbers in parentheses give the computational uncertainties in the polarizabilities.

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Table III.

Ground-state polarizabilities for and (in a.u.). The number in parentheses gives the computational uncertainty in the polarizability.

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Table IV.

The polarizabilities of the rare gases in their ground states (in a.u.). All values for helium listed in the table are derived from infinite-mass Hylleraas calculations. The polarizabilities for the heaver rare gases are computed from pseudo-oscillator strength distributions as discussed in the text. Polarizabilities from other Hylleraas calculations (Refs. 15 and 67) are also listed. The number in parentheses represents the computational uncertainty.

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Table V.

The long-range dispersion coefficients , , and (in a.u.) for the state interacting with the RG atoms. Hylleraas values are given for both and . The CICP values (implicitly for ) are taken from Refs. 17 and 68. The number in parentheses represents the computational uncertainty.

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Table VI.

The , , and (in a.u.) dispersion coefficients for the interaction. The column denotes the magnetic quantum number of the excited state. The CICP values for Ne, Ar, Kr, and Xe were taken from Ref. 17. The number in parentheses represents the computational uncertainty.

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Table VII.

The long-range dispersion coefficients , , and (in a.u.) for the interaction. The CICP values for RG atoms heavier than He are taken from Ref. 17. For system, the computation uncertainties are given in the parentheses.

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Table VIII.

The , , and (in a.u.) dispersion coefficients for the interaction. The column denotes the magnetic quantum numbers of the excited state particles. The CICP dispersion coefficients have not been previously published. The number in parentheses represents the computational uncertainty.

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Table IX.

The , , and (in a.u.) dispersion coefficients for the interaction. The column denotes the magnetic quantum numbers of the excited state particles. The CICP dispersion coefficients for RG atoms heavier than helium are taken from Ref. 17. The number in parentheses represents the computational uncertainty.

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Table X.

The long-range dispersion coefficients , , and (in a.u.) for the state interacting with the RG atoms. Hylleraas calculations are reported in the rows identified as and . For interactions, the computational uncertainties are given in the parentheses.

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Table XI.

The long-range dispersion coefficients , , and (in a.u.) for the interactions. The column denotes the magnetic quantum numbers of the excited state particles. For interactions, the computational uncertainties are given in the parentheses.

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Table XII.

The long-range dispersion coefficients , , and (in a.u.) for the interaction. Dispersion coefficients computed in Refs. 27, 41, and 42 implicitly assume an infinite mass for . For interactions, the computational uncertainties are given in the parentheses.

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Scitation: Long-range dispersion coefficients for Li, Li+, and Be+ interacting with the rare gases
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