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Presumably it is during the time that the system goes through this molecular region ( R ,w A) that the electronic wave function rearranges most violently and transitions among MO’s are most likely to occur. We now have a picture for charge exchange in the case of sudden collisions. As the colliding nuclei quickly pass R M A, the electrons do not have time to rearrange. They possess a 1 : 1 mixture of ground- and excited-state wave functions, just as in the resonant case. The amount of charge exchange in this situation < 50 WILLIAM LICHTEN will depend on the area between these curves, just as before, except that the integration must be cut off at R m 1,in order that we count only the effective interaction region.
In the Heisenberg representation, the wave function is : Y = [lug exp (-iegt) = Is, [exp ( -iegt) 2 - la, exp (-ie,t)]/Z/Z - exp ( -ie,t)l + 1% [exp ( --iegt) + exp ( --is,t)]. 44 WILLIAM LICHTEN The squares of the coefficients of Is, and Is, give the probabilities for the electron to be on center A or B, respectively: PA = sin2$( [ E ~ E&) (2) and P B = cos2 i([&u - &*It), which are just the equations for the well-known quanta1 resonant exchange. IV. EFFECT OF NUCLEAR MOTION So far, in this paper, we have not been realistic, as we have taken the nuclei t o be clamped at a separation R.
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