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Path integration of a one‐dimensional three‐body problem with three‐body forces
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10.As mentioned in Sec. 2, this range of θ corresponds to a particular ordering of the particles given by
11.Here the value of has been inserted.
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13.See Ref. 9, p. 99.
14.Here the range corresponds to the ordering and
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