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38. The covalent curves in Fig. 10 are simply given by V,,, =EEL+ VLJ,with EELthe electronic energy of the excited state of NO above ground-state energy. The quenching cross-section uQ can be obtained from the crossing distance R derived from Fig. rrRZe-aR a is a correction factor resulting from the radial dependence of the electronic wavefunction. Table I11 summarizes the results. It is seen that, using a single a parameter, all calculated cross-sections agree with experimental values within a factor of 2.
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