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Alkali–Alkali Glory Scattering in the State
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16.As another approach, all experimental were transformed into fictitious assuming and the transformation formula as proposed by R. Düren, G. P. Raabe, and Ch. Schlier, Z. Physik 214, 410 (1968), based on their work with a very flexible potential. The values and were used [Ch. Schlier (private communication)]. The were then processed as would be normal assuming a L‐J (12, 6) potential. The resulting are about 10% smaller than the values in Table II. The ’s are about 16% larger if the C constants are used (compared with Set A) and 70% to 100% larger if C’s are not used (compared with Set B).
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