Convergent calculations of positron scattering from molecular hydrogen
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An overview is given of the recently developed adiabatic-nuclei convergent closecoupling method for positron-molecule scattering. Fixed-nuclei single-centre calculations of positron-H2 scattering are presented. Particular emphasis is given to demonstrating convergence with increasing size of the basis and the projectile partial-wave expansion. Results are converged to within ±5%.
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