Collisional symmetry adapted component of the vector part of the hyperpolarizability tensor, (expressed in atomic units); H2-Kr case. Curves are identified by Kλ L values. Lines represent analytical functional dependence on intermolecular distance R obtained by fitting to ab initio data. Original QC results are indicated as discrete sets of points for two sample profiles. The diameter of collision σ is marked and the pair correlation function illustrated.
The same as in Figure 1 , though for septor component of H2-Kr hyperpolarizability.
The same as in Figure 1 , though for vector component of H2-Xe hyperpolarizability.
The same as in Figure 2 , though for septor component of H2-Xe hyperpolarizability.
Roto-translational CIHR spectral profile related to H2-Xe hyperpolarizability vector part. Solid line depicts total intensity distribution (tot) obtained by quantum-mechanical computations; discrete points show semi-classical (SC) results. Additional shape marked with 01 represents the contribution corresponding to λL = 01 symmetry adapted component, while 2X and 4X are overall λ = 2 and 4 spectral SA shares, respectively.
The same as in Figure 5 , yet for the septor CIHR spectrum in H2-Kr mixture.
Vector and septor parts of depolarized CIHR spectrum in H2-Kr mixture.
Vector and septor parts of depolarized CIHR spectrum in H2-Xe mixture. Additionally the same lines are given for H2-He system for comparison (lines in bottom part of picture).
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