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Length and velocity form calculations of generalized oscillator strengths of dipole, quadrupole and monopole excitations of argon

The quadrupole, monopole and dipole generalized oscillator strengths (GOSs) as a function of momentum transfer are respectively calculated for these 3p6???3p5 (4p, 5p, 6p) and 3p6???3p5 (4s, 5s, 6s) transitions. Configuration interaction (CI) and random phase approximation with exchange (RPAE) methods are used in the determination of these GOS, in the length and velocity forms. The code of Hibbert has been used to generate the wavefunctions from which a partial of argon GOSs are been computed. The present work has reduced the gap between the absolute values of the theoretical calculations of GOSs and those of the experimental results of Zhu et al for the quadrupole excitations to 3p5 (4p, 5p). The profile of our quadrupole GOS 3p6???3p55p transition agrees well with the experimental result of Zhu. The best agreement (0.7%) is observed between the (length) first maximum position and the experimental one for the quadrupole GOS 3p6???3p54p transition. The present velocity GOS minimum position for the dipole excitation in 3p6???3p54s and the calculated velocity GOS maximum position of the monopole 3p6???3p54p transition are in good agreement with the experimental observations (differences of 1.82% and 3.08%, respectively). Correlation effects decrease with increasing of the excited state principal quantum number and have no great influence on the extrema positions.


Auteur(s) : L Gomis, I G Faye, S Diallo, M S Tall, I Diedhiou, A Hibbert, C A Daul and C S Diatta
Pages : 015401
Année de publication : 2016
Revue : Physica Scripta
N° de volume : 91
Type : Article
Statut Editorial : An international Journal for Experimental and Theoretical Physics
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