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Results and Discussion

In this section we present the reaction probabilities, $P_{\nu_i,j_i}^{J} (E)$ for $J$ equal to 0, 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 35, where $P_{\nu_i,j_i}^{J} (E)$ is the average over all $P^{J,p}_{\nu_i,j_i,\Omega_i} (E)$ for given $J$. The results for $J \leq
10$ are taken from our earlier work.[1,2] Results for $J > 10$ are reported here for the first time. We subsequently present our results for the reactive cross section, comparing to classical trajectory results[25,20] on the same potential energy surface, and recent experimental results of Volpp and Wolfrum.[50] All our results are for $\nu_i=0$ and $j_i=1$. Therefore, we will drop the $(\nu_i,j_i)$ subscript from now on.


Anthony J. H. M. Meijer 2000-10-05