Quantum states of confined hydrogen plasma species: Monte Carlo calculations. Micca Longo, G.; Longo, S.; and Giordano, D. Plasma Sources Science and Technology, Institute of Physics Publishing, 2015. cited By 1
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The diffusion Monte Carlo method with symmetry-based state selection is used to calculate the quantum energy states of H2 + confined into potential barriers of atomic dimensions (a model for these ions in solids). Special solutions are employed, permitting one to obtain satisfactory results with rather simple native code. As a test case, 2πu and 2Πg states of H2 + ions under spherical confinement are considered. The results are interpreted using the correlation of H2 + states to atomic orbitals of H atoms lying on the confining surface and perturbation calculations. The method is straightforwardly applied to cavities of any shape and different hydrogen plasma species (at least one-electron ones, including H) for future studies with real crystal symmetries. © 2015 IOP Publishing Ltd Printed in the UK.
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author={Micca Longo, G. and Longo, S. and Giordano, D.},
title={Quantum states of confined hydrogen plasma species: Monte Carlo calculations},
journal={Plasma Sources Science and Technology},
year={2015},
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abstract={The diffusion Monte Carlo method with symmetry-based state selection is used to calculate the quantum energy states of H2 + confined into potential barriers of atomic dimensions (a model for these ions in solids). Special solutions are employed, permitting one to obtain satisfactory results with rather simple native code. As a test case, 2πu and 2Πg states of H2 + ions under spherical confinement are considered. The results are interpreted using the correlation of H2 + states to atomic orbitals of H atoms lying on the confining surface and perturbation calculations. The method is straightforwardly applied to cavities of any shape and different hydrogen plasma species (at least one-electron ones, including H) for future studies with real crystal symmetries. © 2015 IOP Publishing Ltd Printed in the UK.},
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