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7.One other possible “process” omitted from the discussion in Ref. 2 is that maxima in absorption may be due to the accidental sum of several different and distinct continuum eigenchannels, and thus not resonances at all.
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9.By proof, it does not suffice to symmetry label an absorption feature as σ or π by virtue of polarization‐dependent studies, because other processes, such as double excitation, may show the same symmetry as a supposed shape resonance.
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