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Scattering Matrix and Chemical Reaction Rates
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5.and F. T. Smith, 119, 2098 (1960) (erratum). See also the Appendix below., Phys. Rev.
6.B. Widom, paper presented at Symposium on Elementary Gas Reactions, American Chemical Society Meeting, St. Louis, March 1961.
7.A standard discussion of the scattering matrix can be found in J. M. Blatt and V. F. Weisskopf, Theoretical Nuclear Physics (John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1952). A brief definition will be found in reference 5, especially Eq. (37).
8.See reference 4. The terminology and details of that paper will be used extensively in this section. Its equations will be referred to as, for example, “Eq. (I4.1)”
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9.see also O. Oldenberg, Am. J. Phys. 25, 94 (1957).
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