Chandra, AK and Sebastian, KL (1978) A study of interactions in He2 1 in terms of the electronic forces. In: Molecular Physics, 36 (5). 1495-1502 .Full text not available from this repository.
The He+He+1 interactions have been studied, as a function of the internuclear separation R, in terms of the electronic forces acting on the nuclei and the change in the charge distribution. The analysis reveals that at large R the atomic densities are polarized inwards, causing an attractive force on each nucleus, while at small R the difference in the nature of the interactions in the 2Σu and 2Σg systems is noted. It is seen that the He+He+1 (2Σu) interaction is less attractive than the He+1+He+1 interaction at lower values of R.
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