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2015-04-03
2016-09-26

Abstract

The Tang-Toennies potential for the weakly interacting systems , H–He 2Σ+, and is extended down to the united atom limit of vanishing internuclear distance. A simple analytic expression connects the united atom limiting potential with the Tang-Toennies potential in the well region. The new potential model is compared with the most recent calculations for all three systems. The agreement is better than 20% (H and He) or comparable with the differences in the available calculations (H–He) over six orders of magnitude corresponding to the entire range of internuclear distances.

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