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Althorpe, juan carlos juanes-marcos, and eckart wrede We will also need to consider the reaction probability, which is a measure of the amount of scattered product at a given value J, defined by ½l Pn 0 n ðJ; EÞ ½l ¼ jSn0 n ðJ; EÞj 2 ð17Þ In general, it is difficult to map contributions from different reaction paths onto the DCS. However, Eq. (6) tells us that, in a reaction with a CI, one can easily map the contributions from the e and o (Feynman) paths onto the DCS. Since Eq. (6) applies to the entire wave function, we can apply it to the asymptotic limit of the wave function in Eq.
Most of the 1-TS paths scatter into positive Â, and most of the 2-TS paths into negative Â. 28 stuart c. althorpe, juan carlos juanes-marcos, and eckart wrede effects of the GP. Hence, although we cannot use classical mechanics to predict the effect of the GP, which is entirely a quantum effect, we can use it to model the dynamics of the e and o paths separately. This allows us to predict the extent to which these paths will overlap, and hence estimate the likely magnitude of the GP effects. Of course, we must make allowances for the other types of quantum effects found in reaction dynamics, such as tunneling, zero-point energy, reactive resonances, and threshold effects.
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