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High-lying doubly excited states of He and H−: electron correlations and classification schemes

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High-lying doubly excited states of He and H− are studied and energies and intrinsic characteristics of their wave-functions are reported. Results for energies of 3Po and 1D doubly excited states associated with the hydrogenic thresholds up to N = 20 are presented and compared to available data from the literature. The classification of these doubly excited states by approximate quantum numbers is reexamined.
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  • Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser, Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas, P.O. Box 1527, GR-711 10, Heraklion, Greece
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