By Alfonso Hernández-Laguna, J. Maruani, R. McWeeny, Stephen Wilson
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In Table 1 we compare the lowest resonances and in Table 2 the 2nd lowest resonance with l = 0 for the radial Stark effect. The selected field values are those which were published in ; all computations show a good agreement with the literature values. As a further test of our computations we have compared our results with published ones  for the hydrogen Stark effect. The Hamiltonian is given by and separable in parabolic coordinates. The comparison for the 2nd and 3rd resonance state with principal quantum number n = 2 and magnetic quantum number m = 0 is shown in Table 3.
As for the TS approach, F(0) and are obtained via the MO energies of the partially emptied Kohn-Sham orbitals. Hence, at least (M + 1) SCF calculations have to be carried out to obtain M CEBEs: the one on the parent neutral molecule, and at least M SCF calculations with a partial core-hole localized on the M desired atomic centers. The best results have been originally obtained  with the large cc-pV5Z correlation-consistent valence quintuple zeta basis sets of Eunning et al. , but results of comparable accuracy are now delivered with much smaller basis sets of triple zeta quality  in which the exponents of the cc-pVTZ set describing the corehole are scaled according to the proposals of Clementi and Raimondi .
Dr. G. Wunner for his encouragement. This work was done under the auspices of the Sonderforschungsbereich 191 ‘Physikalische Grundlagen der Niedertemperaturplasmen’ and has been partially supported by the Spanish DGES project No. PB95-1205 and by the Junta de Andalucia under grant FQM-207 and the DAAD. References 1. I. Seipp, and W. Schweizer: Astron Astrophys. 318, 990 (1997). 2. I. T. Taylor, and W. Schweizer: J. Phys. B 29, 1 (1996). 3. M. Reed and B. Simon: Methods of Modern Mathematical Physics IV Academic Press, New York (1978).
Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics: Volume 1: Basic Problems and Model Systems Volume 2: Advanced Problems and Complex Systems Granada, Spain (1997) ... in Theoretical Chemistry and Physics) by Alfonso Hernández-Laguna, J. Maruani, R. McWeeny, Stephen Wilson