Advances in Atomic and Molecular Physics, Vol. 14 by D.R. Bates (ed.), Benjamin Bederson (ed.)

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This result is shown in Fig. 20. The existence of this resonance was confirmed by the experiments of Fleming and Higginson (1963), Simpson and Fano (1963), Golden and Bandel (1965a), Kuyatt et al. (1965), Ehrhardt and Meister (1965), and Andrick and Ehrhardt (1966). 20. The first observation of the ( 1 ~ , 2 s ~ resonance )~S in e--He scattering by elastic scattering at 72- (from Schulz, 1963). D. E. Golden 42 width as about 10meV. The scattered electron angular distribution measurements of Ehrhardt and Meister (1965) and Andrick and Ehrhardt (1966) in the vicinity of the resonance have confirmed the conclusion of Simpson and Fano (1963), which led to its classification as a 'S state.

The values of n* = n - 6 plotted versus n are shown D . E. Golden 48 in Fig. 24. Two series of resonances are immediately clear on the plot. They can be identified as ( l ~ , n s ’ ) ~ and S ( l ~ , n s , n p ) ~ It P . 78eV. The uppermost diagonal line on the figure corresponds to the n’P terms of helium, which are the most loosely bound. One would expect closed-channel resonances to lie below this line. On the other hand, one would not expect any resonance to be more tightly bound than (Is, ns2)’S, and so the lowest line on the figure is a lower bound.

The general agreement is good, but the calculated structure becomes more pronounced relative to the experimental structure as the y1 = 3 threshold is approached. This is probably due to some extent to the finite energy resolution of the experiment ( 16 meV). The experimental results of Williams (1976) for the 2p excitation cross section are shown in Fig. 19 together with the results of the variational calculation of L. A. Morgan et al. (unpublished data, 1977). The positions and widths of the resonances as determined by the variational calculation are in good agreement with the positions and widths previously determined in the six-state close-coupling calculations of Burke et al.

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