Adiabatic invariants, Schrodinger equation
In this paper we examine the effectiveness of reducing the second order radial equation, of the hyperspherical coordinate solution to the two-electron Schrodinger equation, into a set of coupled first order linear equations as suggested by Klar. All results have been obtained in a completely nonadiabatic formalism thereby ensuring accuracy. We arrive at the conclusion that our application of the reduction process is in some way inconsistent and suggest a possible resolution to this anomaly.
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Caldwell, C. Denise
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Arts and Sciences
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Carbon, Steven L., "Evaluation of the Reduction of the Nonadiabatic Hyperspherical Radial Equation to the First Order" (1987). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 5036.