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The Hamiltonian of this interaction is H -- tfl-tf2- _(tfi-r)(»2-r) •r)-| — r (2) where yi and y 2 are the dipole moment matrices of the two molecules considered, and r is the distance between the molecules. Equation (2) can easily be expanded in terms of direction-angles in a system of reference in which the impact parameter b is the polar axis of spherical coordinates for each molecule. Then 0i,

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R. Penrose, Proc. Phys. Soc. London 59, 424 (1947); 60, 540 (1948). 17 Vik = 0. (-A/2)-£ (14) 21 E. Lindholm, Zeits. i. Physik 109, 223 (1938). # # Lindholm in reference 10 himself stated that he found this type of theory very bad in atomic resonance problems and that he used it only because his own rigorous theory was too difficult in these cases. 22 H. Margenau, Rev. Mod. Phys. 11, 1 (1939). PRESSURE Then £=±((A/2) 2 +(F r t ) 2 )». In the application of the method used by these authors, a mean square perturbation such as (13) is introduced as Vu,, and that solution of (14) chosen which reduces to the correct level at Va = 0.

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